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7th March 21
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Updates on Coronavirus are constantly changing. Please check out the Schools portal through the link below  for the latest attendance information. 

https://schoolsportal.lancsngfl.ac.uk/view_sp.asp?siteid=5049&pageid=51589&e=e

 

DFE guidance for educational settings can be found at

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19

Y code

BTLS have produced a report that can produce a list of students with  a Y code. This is imported into SIMS and accessed in the same way  as the existing BTLS suite of reports.

Contact  BTLS for more information.

https://education.btlancashire.co.uk/support/sims-support.aspx

 

You  may recall seeing an opportunity on the portal to  sign up for a free Behaviour Mentor training programme.

We have now completed this process in all districts and have our team of behaviour mentors up and running,. We know that they are busy  developing some of the strategies which they  picked up on the training in their own schools but they  have also  identified areas they a re now able to  support other schools with. This might be a visit from the Behaviour mentor to  your school or for your staff to  visit the behaviour |mentor and see them in operation.

The main focus is peer to  peer support. It may  be that  you  are planning on the developing the role of one of your school TA’s to  have more expertise in behaviour. A visit to  one of our mentors would  enable them to get a clear overview of the possible activities making up such a role and to  look at practical resources, assessments, action planning etc which they  could  use in their own school.

Examples of the types of support that can be offered are:

A visit to the behaviour mentors school to share ideas around:

· Resourcing, accommodation (e.g. nurture provision), time management

· The use of assessment tools such as Boxall

· The production of behaviour support plans

· Planning and delivering a support session for a small group or individual. 

· The use of support staff at lunchtime to arrange play or support vulnerable students

 Outreach visit to a local school by the behaviour mentor to:

· Collaborate on the development of a nurture space.

· Share expertise on the delivery of small group intervention sessions

· Support the TA’s working at lunchtime with strategies to improve behaviour

· Support TA’s with ideas for supporting children with behaviour issues in the classroom

 

Email Helen for more information about Behaviour mentor support

 

 

Behaviour Quality Mark

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The Lancashire Be haviour Quality Mark is now here. Click here for more information.

Admission and deletion from roll

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Information for this new requirement from September 2016 can be found under leadership and management- regulations- attendance.

Primary phase newsletters

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Primary Newsletter - Summer 2019

Primary Newsletter - Summer 2018 

Secondary phase newsletters

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Summer 2019

Links to other sites

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Behaviour and attendance updates from the DFE
Ofsted news
          Parents information on school attendance