Weekly Newsletter: Issue 193 – Friday 14th September 2018
In the newsletter this week: a message from Amanda Champ,Head of School Performance and Improvement Service, Data Protection Officer Community, International Day of Peace, Events for School Calendar 2018/19 - Available Now!, Celebrate Time to Read with a Campaign Toolkit, Model Child Protection Policy for Schools September 2018, Teenage Parent Consultation - Deadline 17th September, Safer Recruitment Training for School Staff & Governors, Governor Focus, events and document deadlines for September and the latest news from the Department for Education and the Southend Learning Network.
Interactive HR List Version 1.33 (September 18) - now password protected
HR services are continually looking for ways to develop SLN further to assist our customer schools. As part of our HR service schools have access to a range of model policies, in order to protect these documents the HR Interactive List will be password protected from 3 February 2017. If you are a customer school please contact Hollie Kane on firstname.lastname@example.org to request the password.
Please find attached the latest update of 'Interactive List of all HR documents' (including Payroll).
By clicking on any of the document names you are taken directly to that document whether you are in SLN or not! Please ensure you are always using the most up to date list as we will be publishing revised versions on SLN every term to ensure that the list is always complete and up to date.
If you have any questions on any of the HR documents then please contact Liz Farrell email@example.com. If you need any support on using SLN or the interactive list then please contact the Services for Schools team on firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to receiving your feedback on your experiences of using the interactive list.
This document is always searchable by using the tag "interactivehr".
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council Anti-Bullying Guidance Sept 18
Bullying can have a destructive and harmful impact on the lives of children and young people. It not only affects those being bullied but also those who bully and those who stand by without intervening or seeking help. It can lead to feelings of self-doubt, lack of confidence, low self-esteem, depression and sometimes even suicide.
In the document attached, you will find guidance in relation to bullying with regard to pupils in schools.
For advice and support on this guidance and help with developing your school’s policy you can, in the first instance, contact Lisa Holloway, Healthy Schools Advisor, Public Health Team, Southend Borough Council on email@example.com.
Young Carers Survey 2018
Alex Small, Member of Youth Parliament is running a campaign to improve the lives of Young Carers. In order to find out the nature of the problems faced by the Young Carers in Southend, he has made a survey for pupils to complete so he can work out exactly what needs to be done to try and improve their lives.
Music on Sea Hub Offer 2018/19
Please find attached our Hub Offer. It informs you about who we are and what we can offer you and your school.