Make The Grade Tees Valley have released the details of the Funded STEM, Careers Education and Enterprise Offer for 2017. Full details can be found in the Useful Information section of the MAP website.
The EEF have released their news update for November 2016.
Shirley Clarke will be holding an “Exceeding expectations with formative assessment – the key to pupil progress” course at South Tees Institute of Learning and Research on June 29th next year.
Prince Bishop Teaching School Alliance are offering Safeguarding training on the 17th and 18th of January next year. Further information on this can be found in the “gut feelings” PDF files in the Useful Information section of the MAP website.
Prince Bishop Teaching School Alliance are once again working with Kathy Bigio to offer a “Developing an environment for learning” course on March 28th 2017 at The Ramside Hall Hotel in Durham. Further information on this can be found on the events page of the MAP website.
Professors Michael Fullan and Andy Hargreaves are hosting a Learning System Change event at Middlesbrough Football Club on the 15th of March 2017. Further details can be found on the MAP event page.
Developed by MAP, the Middlesbrough: A Reading Town initiative was launched on the 19th of November during an event at MIMA.
Sir Nick Weller’s independent review of education in northern England to inform the northern powerhouse schools strategy has been published
The Education Secretary has announced that there will be extra investment in social care.
The government have announced new funding to address under performance and help ensure every child has a good school place.
Under PREVENT, Ofsted now have a duty to inspect schools to ensure compliance with the conditions of Section 26 of the Counter Terrorism & Security Act 2015.
Change 4 Life have released a wide variety of new activities and resources to help you to create a healthy, active school.
The Middlesbrough Safeguarding Children Board is looking for a Middlesbrough school representative to attend the Tees eSafety Group as an education lead.
A knowledge of the safeguarding issues involving technology and a desire to drive the agenda in the schools forum would be an asset. The role will involve attending 6 multi-agency meetings a year across the Tees area.
If you are interested in this key position, please contact the MSCB Business Manager Gary Watson on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01642 728704.