Attendance Support helps schools to ensure that attendance monitoring is robust and responses to patterns of absence are effective
Direct Safe Catering
Direct Safe Catering Policy provides caterers with an easily accessible system which will result in the assurance of food safety for their customers. It meets legal requirements contained in the current food safety legislation and is approved by City of Wolverhampton Council Environmental Health Officers.
You will be safe in the knowledge that your catering provision is fully supported by an extensive quality policy to ensure safe methods are adopted and good practice is used.
The Policy covers different catering operations (e.g. educational establishments, adult and social care, leisure and other catering) developed in accordance with Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Point (HACCP) Assessment which clearly describes the steps and hazards applicable. Controls intended to reduce the hazard and how this may be monitored, have been identified.
Good Practice Guidance and Notes provide detailed information and instructions to control the hazards on the HACCP sheets.
People who operate Direct Safe Catering vary in their specific skills and responsibilities, from a temporarily employed person waiting tables for one evening, through permanently employed cooks to managers and staff with specialist knowledge.
Education Business Partnership
Wolverhampton Education Business Partnership Work Experience Support Services
Health and Safety Essentials
Health and safety legislation places overall responsibility for health and safety with the employer; who this is varies with the type of school:
• For community schools, community special schools, voluntary controlled schools, maintained nursery schools and pupil referral units (PRUs), the employer is the Local Authority.
• For academies, free schools, and voluntary aided schools, the employer is usually the governing body or Board of Directors.
Working in partnership with schools the Health and Safety Service will provide your school with comprehensive training, advice, guidance and support in relation to duties imposed under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and associated regulations as well as British Standards.
In accordance with the Education Act 2002 (Section 5) the Government requires the local authority to make directions to maintained schools regarding health and safety of persons on school premises and taking part in school elsewhere. The combined package of training and support provides schools with the tools to enable them to satisfy those requirements. All follow best practice guidance from the Health and Safety Executive and Department for Education.
The service available has been streamlined following feedback and in line with Health and Safety Executive guidance around focusing on the significant risks. The service covers core elements to ensure both the employer, the Head teacher and the Governing Body remain compliant with their respective duties. This includes:
Learning Technologies Teaching and Learning Support
This service has been developed to provide strategic support, teaching and learning support, professional development and innovative ideas for the use of technology in education.
In addition to the Learning Technologies Core SLA, additional services are offered to schools.
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