The Key Holding Service is available to schools to give protection to existing school key holders by offering an alternative service.
This will reduce the number of times school key holders are called out to the school in the event of an alarm activation and to ensure that, if they are called out, they are not alone.
It also prevents the school key holder being called out, especially for false alarms.
NQT Registration and Support - Appropriate Body
This SLA will help you to provide the bridge between initial teacher training and a career in teaching.
Once your newly qualified teacher (NQT) has been appointed, the Headteacher has a statutory obligation to register them with an Appropriate Body (AB) before they start work. The School Standards Team can act as an AB for LA maintained schools, Academies, Free schools and Independent Schools.
The service includes:
• Telephone advice,
• In-school support when NQTs are encountering difficulties,
• a paired lesson observation for quality assurance and training purposes,
and, if the induction tutor or mentor are new to the role a validation visit for professional development is offered.
• We will also undertake the necessary administrative processes on behalf of the school.
Provision of a data management service for core information that directly populates SIMS and associated software applications. This service has been developed in order to respond to the increasing amount of work being placed on schools and academies in terms of data management and to be responsive to the increasing necessity for high quality data.
We will work collaboratively with schools and academies to help develop their SIMS system, and facilitate effective data collection and analysis to meet each individual schools requirements. Our aim is to support the roles and responsibilities of Headteachers and Governing Bodies through the provision of professional assistance, thus ensuring a school fully meet their management information needs.
The team has developed strong links and relationships with a variety of partners and agencies for the provision of relevant information and also offers vast experience in local and national issues surrounding information management and data.
Subject Leader Networks
Wolverhampton has always been proud of its subject leader networks, established to help coordinators share best practice and develop an understanding of the age related expectations in the new curriculum so that they can plan for and lead an exciting, challenging and motivating curriculum in their subject area.
City of Wolverhampton Council, R.E. Today and Elston Hall and St. Bartholomew’s Teaching Schools Alliance will work with leading practitioners from across the city along with other strategic partners from the Local Authority and University of Wolverhampton to maintain these meetings and support the provision of a strong and professional learning community for subject coordinators and teachers for each respective subject.
Ultimately, we want subject coordinators to feel confident and positive about innovating changes to develop cross curricula links with other subjects and ultimately improve attainment.
Free School Meals (FSM) Eligibility Checking Service
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