The DfE published its new guidance on improving attendance ‘Working together to improve school attendance’ in May 2022 and it applies from September. The guidance details the expectations and responsibilities of not only schools in ‘proactively managing and improving attendance’ but also Local Authorities.
This session will be delivered by Victoria Franklin, who is a qualified social worker with more than 25 years’ experience in working in education settings. She is currently a senior education welfare consultant working across all phases of education. Victoria is the President of the National Association of Support Workers in Education (NASWE) and delivers national training on a wide range of attendance matters.
The beliefs, knowledge, understanding and/or teaching practices this programme aims to address:
attendance over the key stage compared to those with the lowest attainment
Intended Impact on practice:
Intended improvement and/or evaluation of impact for pupils, including those with SEND and/or disadvantaged backgrounds:
£62.50 Excl. VAT
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Date: November 22, 2022
Start time: 09:30 a.m. GMT
End time: 12:00 p.m. GMT
Phone: 01483 749 954
St John the Baptist School, Elmbridge Lane
Woking, GU22 9AL
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