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January 23rd 2020 - Dianthus Centre Woking
Delivered by Strictly Education 4S in partnership with Surrey CC and SAfE
This conference aims to provide EYFS teachers with fluency of mathematical language, understanding of key learning concepts and how to achieve a practical approach in mathematical development ensuring children’s thinking is founded on concrete experiences.
Celebrating young people with SEND and the professionals that support them.
SCC's SYAS (SEND Youth Advisors Surrey) facilitate the annual YES! Awards. The YES! Awards celebrate the achievements of young people with SEND, as well as giving young people the opportunity to nominate the professionals that have gone above and beyond to support them.
SCC is pleased to announce that the YES! Awards will be held on the 28th February 2020.
Ofsted has published the finalised version of its new Inspection Framework, which will govern all school inspections from this September.
David Harris (Executive Head Teacher: Ravenscote Junior School) has been through a pilot inspection this Summer and will be delivering a series of briefings to support schools in their preparations for the new inspection regime.
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