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The aim of the School Improvement Service is to provide schools with a high quality service to support their continued improvement
The aim of the West Berkshire School Improvement Team SLA is to provide schools with a high quality service to support their continued improvement.
We continue to offer a range of opportunities that support the School Improvement Strategy with flexible elements to help schools meet existing and future challenges. This is achieved through a balance of statutory services provided free of
charge and packages of additional services brokered through the School Improvement Service Level Agreement
Co-ordinator. The service operates on a “not for profit” basis.
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Farm Visits - Safety reminder
08 Jul
Farm visits seasonal safety reminder Days out at farms are an enjoyable and educational experience for many people. However, animals can carry a number of infections that may be harmful to humans, especially children and pregnant women. Guidance for the public is available on the PHE website (Farm visits: avoiding infection). Resources are available for educators through Access to Farms. Those opening their farms to visitors should consult the Industry Code of Practice and put the necessary control measures in place (including displaying signs to remind visitors to wash their hands with soap and water and ensuring appropriate facilities are in place). Some additional resources for schools on this topic are here Attached is a Tick Aware poster for school communications
June issue - Health and Wellbeing in Schools Hub
10 Jun
Health and Wellbeing in Schools Hub Issue 27 June 2019 Live Well, Learn Well The last issue of this academic year is now available and includes a helpful signposting section for summer newsletters, resources for parents on transition and details of the workshops available in June, July and September. We are already thinking about September and have an article on the Scroll Free September campaign, offering children, young people and adults a break from their social media accounts. Find out more about the Royal Society of Public Health Campaign in the latest Hub.
9th September 2019 E-Bug training to support the new statutory Health education
02 May
REGISTRATION DEADLINE EXTENDED Date 9th September 12.30 - 15.30 at Shaw House, Newbury Free Training From September 2020 the new Health Education for primary and secondary schools will be statutory. One of the topics is Health and Prevention which includes antibiotic awareness, personal hygiene and infection prevention. E-bug is a free resource which will support the delivery of this topic and free one day training has been secured for school staff in Berkshire. To book a place please email - bwccg.medicines@nhs.net by 26th July 2019. Please see the attached flyer for more information.