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Healthy schools and wellbeing services Training and development courses 2010/11 This training booklet details all of the courses currently offered by the Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Service for the 2010/11 academic year. For ease of use, we have split this booklet into four sections,

of charge (unless otherwise stated under the course description).

Healthy Schools and Healthy Schools enhancement model

PSHE and Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)

Emotional Health and Wellbeing (EHWB)

If you would like to know more about the Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Service SLA and the benefits it can bring to your school please contact me, contact details can be found on the back cover.

Best wishes

Participation and Pupil Voice

For the 2010/11 academic year, schools who have signed a service level agreement with the Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Service will be able to access these courses free

Anne Cowling Manager, Leeds Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Service

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How to book a place

If you would like to book a place on any of our courses, please download a course booking form from: Website: www.educationleeds.co.uk/healthyschools Infobase: quicklink code D3597 Or call us on 0113 214 4051 to have one emailed or faxed directly to you. Complete the form giving your details as well as your SAP number and ensure you get it signed by your headteacher. If the course you wish to attend has a course number listed against it, please ensure you include this number on your booking form. Completed forms can be faxed back to us on: 0113 214 4083 or through our postal address listed on the back cover.

Once you have returned your completed form to us you will receive an acknowledgement letter to conďŹ rm your attendance. If you would like more information on any of the training and development courses we deliver please call us and ask to speak to the course leader for that course, their names are listed in this booklet.

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Healthy Schools and Healthy Schools enhancement model In this section you will ďŹ nd all the courses we currently offer to support the Healthy Schools programme and the roll-out of the Healthy Schools enhancement model.

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Healthy Schools new representatives training

Course number

50269126

Date and time

Thursday 30 September 2010, 1.30pm – 4.00pm

Venue

North East CLC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Steve Body

Target audience

Primary and secondary school staff new to the role of Healthy Schools Representative / Coordinator

Overview This training will offer an insight into the roles and responsibilities of the Healthy Schools representatives in school. It will demonstrate the rationale behind the Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Programme and give an overview of the requirements relating to the Healthy Schools standard. The importance of adopting a whole school approach through the implementation of a Health and Wellbeing development group will be explored. Delegates will be taken through the process of re-validating to Healthy Schools Status and the stages of the Healthy Schools enhancement model.

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Healthy Schools enhancement model

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Schools will be invited individually by letter

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

TBC

Target audience

Tutors: Wedge based Healthy Schools Consultants

Overview This training aims to support schools through the 8 stages of the Healthy Schools enhancement model. Both a member of the Senior Leadership Team and the Healthy Schools Coordinator for the school will be invited to attend the training. Initially the training will provide additional support to schools on updating their online Annual Review tool, especially with its more challenging aspects. This will then provide a foundation level for all schools to then embark on engaging and advancing through the 8 stages, with support from their Healthy Schools Consultant. The course will allow time to work on the Healthy Schools website to complete some aspects of the enhancement model using its associated online tool, Health and Wellbeing Improvement Tool (HWIT). There will be an opportunity to share good practice and consider ways in which schools may work together on the enhancement model as part of a cluster.

Course outcomes The purpose of this session is to give participants the opportunity to progress through the 8 stages of the Healthy Schools enhancement model with the support of their Healthy Schools Consultant and their cluster colleagues.

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Maintaining National Healthy Schools Status Date and time

Course number

50272846, 50272847, 50272840, 50272844

Tuesday 2 November 2010, 9.30am – 11.30am and 1.30pm – 3.30pm Thursday 17 February 2010, 9.30am – 11.30am and 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Venue

NE CLC

Cost

TBC

Course leader

Healthy Schools Consultant (SB/RH/HS/SMJ/WK)

Target audience

Healthy Schools Representative/Coordinator and Headteachers from all settings

Overview All schools that achieved National Healthy Schools Status will be required to re-validate on an annual basis in order to maintain this status. This course will give you an overview of the requirements to do so and provide delegates with an understanding of the process of ‘re-validation’ through completing the Annual Review. This is a hands-on session. Delegates will have the opportunity to begin the process of maintaining National Healthy Schools Status by accessing the Annual Review.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Understand the importance of adopting a whole school approach through the use of a Health and Wellbeing Development Group. • Begin the process of completing an Annual Review. • Be introduced to the Healthy Schools enhancement model. • Identify further support/training available to schools.

Evaluations “As Headteacher it gave me the opportunity to see what is expected in order to re-validate for Healthy School Status.” “This was really useful in clarifying what is needed and access to the site – thank you.” “Learning how to use the website/browsing key areas/priorities.”

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PSHE and Sex and Relationships Education In this section you will ďŹ nd all the courses we currently offer to support the delivery of PSHE and Sex and Relationships Education in both primary and secondary settings.

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Primary PSHCE Scheme Of Work

Course number

50267428

Date and time

Friday 8 October 2010, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

Boddington Hall – Small Dining Room

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell, Marilyn Raby, Jan Brown, Kim Mole and Karen Knepper

Target audience

Primary PSHCE Leads

Overview This course is intended for PSHCE subject leaders in primary schools who wish to gain an understanding of the contents of the Education Leeds Primary Scheme Of Work and to consider ways in which the modules may support PSHCE teaching and assessment in the school. Participants will receive a copy of the Education Leeds Primary PSHCE Scheme Of Work and accompanying tools to support PSHCE teaching and assessment in primary schools.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore key issues around adopting a whole school, timetabled approach to the teaching of Primary PSHCE. • Identify where SEAL is aligned with the Education Leeds Primary Scheme Of Work. • Consider ways in which to adapt the modules to match the needs of the school and its pupils.

Evaluations “I enjoyed the pace and hands on approach – an excellent range of content.” “A very informative day – especially for those of us new to PSHCE co-ordination – thank you.” “A comprehensive introduction to the scheme. I feel very confident in feeding this back to staff at school.” “I really enjoyed the day. A well planned, organised and structured approach with lots of variety from different speakers interspersed with activities and a chance to look at the scheme of work .” “The PSHCE Scheme of Work looks fantastic. Great links between PSHE/SRE/SEAL/ Drug Ed. I’m now really clear about the big picture.”

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Sex, Drugs and Alcohol

Course number

50267057

Date and time

Wednesday 20 October 2011, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

West Park Centre

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Pat Santin and Jan Brown

Target audience

This course is aimed at secondary PSHEe subject leads, both experienced and new in post and teachers and members of staff who deliver and support the delivery of PSHEe in schools.

Overview To examine ways that alcohol and drug use can influence sexual behaviour and risk taking. This course will give you practical approaches to addressing these difficult issues and help you make the necessary links to deal with alcohol, drug use and sexual behaviour more effectively.

Course outcomes These are the outcomes we hope you will get out of the day: • I can take back innovative and creative examples of best practice PSHEe provision. • I feel confident to take back the things I did today to help support the planning and delivery of PSHEe within my school.This is a practical, hands-on, interactive course designed to give you useful and practical tools/strategies to help deliver PSHEe. Appropriate for both new and experienced teachers and members of staff who deliver and help support the delivery of PSHEe in schools.

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Leading and Managing PSHE

Course number

50269082

Date and time

Tuesday 30 November 2010, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

The Prout Conference Centre - St Gemma’s

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell and Steven Body

Target audience

Primary and secondary PSHE leaders

Overview This course is intended for primary and secondary PSHE subject leaders who may be new to the role or simply desire further support and clarification on ways in which to lead others and move PSHE forward in their school. The purpose of this day is to give participants the opportunity to share their developing practice with others whilst establishing networks and strategically planning for future PSHE developments within their school.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore key issues around the successful management and leadership of PSHE. • Identify the role and responsibilities of a PSHE leader. • Consider ways in which to monitor and evaluate the schools planned PSHE provision. • Explore assessment, recording and reporting techniques. • Consider was in which to manage your own CPD as well as that of others.

Evaluations “The day went really quickly and was nicely paced. There was a lovely atmosphere where people seemed able to share.” “I am pleased and impressed by the level of support available from the PSHE team.” “Even though I have been carrying out this role for some time, today has made me evaluate my practice and helped a great deal in highlighting what I need to do next.” “Very enthusiastic delivery. The practical approach made it lively and interesting throughout. Most inspiring.” “Pitched at just the right level for someone new to the role – I feel I now know what needs to be done and where to go to get help.”

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Quality SRE through consultation

Course number

50271139

Date and time

Thursday 2 December 2010, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

North East CLC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Marilyn Raby and Kerry Swift

Target audience

Primary school staff interested in SRE provision within school, including PSHCE leads, class teachers, parent support advisers, learning mentors etc

Overview Schools have a duty to promote the wellbeing of their pupils and the Government recognises the contribution quality SRE can make to this. This course aims to provide participative strategies which will enable pupils, parents and the whole school community to contribute to developing quality SRE.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore the importance of genuine consultation in shaping SRE policy and provision within schools. • Provide a draft toolkit which can be used to gather pupil opinion, assess current levels of understanding and offer an opportunity for them to explain their needs. • Share the SRE modules from the Education Leeds Primary PSHCE Scheme of Work and identify any opportunities within it for pupil consultation/participation. • Consider ways of engaging parents such as Speakeasy programmes and parent information leaflets. • Discuss the importance of involving the wider community, especially in regard to aspects of faith or culture. • Demonstrate good practice – case studies. • Identify further available training/support.

Evaluations Way of consulting parents – we will definitely have a go at this! Good selection of resources to take back to school. Interactive with resources. Clear depth of knowledge and experience which gives me confidence to do it but also ask questions specific to my school. Flexibility of the agenda – allowed for additional discussion time.

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Deliver SRE with confidence

Course number

50269063

Date and time

Tuesday 25 January 2011, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

The Prout Centre, St Gemma’s

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Marilyn Raby and Ruth Halliwell

Target audience

Any primary school staff directly involved in delivering the more sensitive aspects of SRE; this will probably be with reference to years 5 and 6.

Overview The 2010 draft SRE Guidance says “ SRE is most effective when taught by teachers who have the necessary subject knowledge and skills to employ appropriate teaching methods”. This is a needs led course which aims to enable delegates to gain in confidence when delivering SRE to children and young people.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Increase the confidence of delegates to approach and teach the more sensitive aspects of SRE e.g. puberty and reproduction. • Consider aspects of confidentiality and matching policy with practice. • Ensure delegates have opportunity to discuss any concerns and share/suggest ideas for alleviating these concerns. • Explore how active learning methods and increased pupil participation can improve learning outcomes. • Share good practice – input from School Nursing , other school staff and (possibly) Getaway Girls. • Model delivery of elements from the SRE units in the Leeds Scheme of Work.

Evaluations “I just generally feel far more confident as to what I need to do to approach SRE from now on.” “Presentation and communicating the key messages were excellent.” “Brilliant, excellent guidance.” “Varied activities/not all talk. Asked us what we wanted to know.”

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Review and update your Primary PSHCE Policy

Course number

50272853

Date and time

Thursday 3 March 2011, 9.15am – 11.45am

Venue

North East CLC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Helen Smithies

Target audience

TBC

Overview This course is intended for all primary schools with PSHCE policies written with Education Leeds support during or after 2004. It will update schools on the latest developments within PSHCE and allow schools to update their policy to reflect this. Areas of the policy to be reviewed will include updates around assessment in PSHCE and best practice for using visitors in school etc. Schools will work with their existing Education Leeds PSHCE policy and it is hoped that the policy will have successfully been reviewed and updated by the end of the session. Delegates are asked to bring a paper copy of their existing PSHCE policy and a memory stick.

Evaluations “A very useful and informative day. I feel that I can update our policy with confidence that the information will be up to date.” “A super start and good to have contact with people who can help in the future too!” “Very informative and helpful – thank you”

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SRE – Effective Strategies of Delivery

Course number

50264437

Date and time

Tuesday 29 March 2011

Venue

The Prout Centre, St Gemma’s

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Pat Santin

Target audience

This course is aimed at secondary PSHEe subject leads, both experienced and new in post and teachers and members of staff who deliver and support the delivery of SRE in schools.

Overview To participate in a fun, fast-paced and up-beat day sharing best practice of learning and teaching within Sex & Relationships Education (SRE). This is a practical, hands-on, interactive course designed to give you useful and practical tools/strategies to help deliver SRE. Appropriate for both new and experienced teachers and members of staff who deliver and help support the delivery of SRE in schools.

Course outcomes These are the outcomes we hope you will get out of the day: • I can take back innovative and creative examples of best practice SRE provision. • I feel confident to take back the things I did today to help support the planning and delivery of SRE within my school.

Evaluations “A very useful and informative day. I feel that I can update our policy with confidence that the information will be up to date.” “A super start and good to have contact with people who can help in the future too!” “Very informative and helpful – thank you”

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SRE – Addressing Sensitive Issues

Course number

50264439

Date and time

Thursday 26 May 2011

Venue

The Prout Centre, St Gemma’s

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Pat Santin

Target audience

This course is aimed at secondary PSHEe subject leads, both experienced and new in post and teachers and members of staff who deliver and support the delivery of SRE in schools.

Overview Addressing sensitive issues within SRE can be very challenging. This course will help build your confidence and give you practical approaches to dealing with sensitive, and what are often termed controversial issues, within SRE. This is a practical, hands-on, interactive course designed to give you useful and practical tools/strategies to help deliver SRE. Appropriate for both new and experienced teachers and members of staff who deliver and help support the delivery of SRE in schools.

Course outcomes These are the outcomes we hope you will get out of the day: • I can take back innovative and creative examples of best practice SRE provision. • I feel confident to take back the things I did today to help support the planning and delivery of SRE within my school.

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PSHE Assessment

Course number

50269094

Date and time

Friday 10 June 2011, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

The Prout Centre, St Gemma’s

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell

Target audience

Primary and secondary PSHE Leads

Overview This course is intended for PSHE subject leaders in primary and secondary schools who would like to gain a better understanding of assessing, recording and reporting in PSHE. Participants will receive a copy of the Education Leeds Primary PSHCE Scheme Of Work and accompanying tools to support PSHCE teaching and assessment in primary schools.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • understand the range and type of assessment that can take place in PSHE • identify opportunities for assessment in PSHE planning and apply these. • explore strategies for pupil self-assessment in PSHE. • explore strategies for recording and reporting achievement in PSHE. • share good practice.

Evaluations “Thank you! I really enjoyed the course. I have learnt a lot about assessment! It’s been super – really useful.” “This course has helped to build my confidence in this area. Thanks!” “Good organisation / presentation skills. Clear links between activities, well paced and varied.” “Lots of new and useful ideas on fun ways to assess children and a good range of recording methods provided.”

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Creative Approaches to PSHE and Drug Education

Course number

50269093

Date and time

Friday 13 May 2011, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

The Prout Conference Centre - St Gemma’s

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell, Jan Brown and Michelle Cunningham

Target audience

Primary and secondary staff delivering or leading PSHE and Drug Education

Overview This course is ideal for teachers delivering or leading PSHE within the curriculum. The training will explore appropriate strategies for the successful delivery of a skills based programme. The purpose of this day is to give participants the opportunity to take part in creative approaches to PSHE and Drug Education teaching for the primary and secondary classroom.

Course outcomes This course will focus on an interactive learning workshop led by Michelle Cunningham (Community Arts Practitioner) which will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • explore a range of activities and resources that may be adapted to suit different ages and attitudes. • identify ways in which to maximise pupil participation in support of the development of skills and attitudes integral to the PSHE curriculum. • consider ways in which to ensure the PSHE curriculum meets pupils’ needs. • find out more about the ways in which schools may seek support for the planning and delivery of PSHCE. • share good practice and make contacts for future collaborative working.

Evaluations “The programme and range of activities kept me interested and engaged. Thanks.” “Great drama ideas that can be used in all sorts of ways.” “Extremely professionally delivered. Very useful and fun.” “Excellent day! Interactive, fun, fulfilling and enlightening.”

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Key Elements of Primary SRE

Course number

50269125

Date and time

Friday 15 October 2011, 9.15am – 3.30pm

Venue

North East CLC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Marilyn Raby

Target audience

Primary school staff involved in planning SRE provision within school, including SLT, PSHCE leads, Governors with SRE responsibility

Overview This course aims to provide a concise overview of SRE policy and curriculum, including any recent updates. It will also provide ideas and resources for use with staff, parents and pupils in developing a needs led SRE curriculum.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Present a brief overview of the current situation within SRE. • Provide a toolkit which can be used to audit current provision • Explore the importance of genuine consultation in shaping SRE policy and provision within schools. • Provide a draft toolkit which can be used to gather pupil opinion, assess current levels of understanding and offer an opportunity for them to explain their needs. • Consider ways of engaging parents and the wider community such as Speakeasy programmes and SRE information leaflets. • Share good practice.

Evaluations “Clear, concise andenspiring! “Everything! One of the most useful courses I’ve been in 7yrs of teaching “All relevant – very helpful, very interesting. “Answered my questions – gave me a basis from which to move forward “Provided lots of activities to intro to governors and staff (Spiral Curriculum).”

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Secondary PSHEe Network

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Various dates and times throughout the year

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Pat Santin

Target audience

The secondary PSHEe network is open to all secondary PSHEe subject leads, both experienced and new in post and teachers and members of staff who deliver and support the delivery of PSHEe in schools

Overview The secondary PSHEe network meets half termly with the purpose of sharing ideas, best practice and resources and to help support one another. Information is disseminated through the network and there are often training opportunities available as well.

Training opportunities in 2009/10 Teenage Pregnancy & Parenthood Partnership NHS Leeds Terrence Higgins Trust Yorkshire MESMAC, BLAST British Red Cross Teenage Cancer Trust pfeg ASDAN Details of future network meetings will be forthcoming.

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National PSHE Programme

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Venue

Thursday 23 September 2010, 9.15am – 3.30pm Thursday 4 November 2010, 1.30pm – 5.30pm Wednesday 24 November 2010, 4.00pm – 8.30pm Monday 17 January 2011, 1.30pm – 5.30pm Wednesday 2 March 2011, 9.15am – 3.30pm Tuesday 22 March 2011, 4.00pm – 8.30pm Wednesday 18 May 2011, 1.30pm – 5.30pm

Prout Conference Centre Derek Fatchett CLC Esporta, Cookridge Hall Derek Fatchett CLC Prout Conference Centre Esporta, Cookridge Hall Derek Fatchett CLC

Cost

TBC

Course leader

Jan Brown

Target audience

For teachers and subject leaders of PSHE across all phases and all education settings and for other professionals who may make a significant contribution to PSHE

Overview This is a year long programme leading to a national accreditation equivalent to 30 masters credits. Support is provided through training events, individual contact and observations and mentoring from previous participants. Please be aware that participants are expected to attend all events and a contribution will be made to the school for supply cover costs.

Course outcomes • improve the competence and confidence of those delivering PSHE education • raise the quality of teaching and learning in PSHE education to improve the knowledge, understanding and skills of children and young people • effect positive change in PSHE education on curriculum planning, leadership, delivery and development within schools and other settings • provide accredited recognition for individuals’ knowledge, experience and skills related to teaching, learning and practice within PSHE education.

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Quality Circle Time Team Teaching

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Delivered to you in school on a mutually agreed date and time

Venue

Your school

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell

Target audience

PSHE leads or members of staff responsible for delivering Circle Time

Overview The team teaching package is intended to be undertaken by an individual within a school as a follow up to the whole staff inset training. The individual will take part in up to 4 sessions of team teaching to develop their skills and confidence in relation to the Quality Circle model. Following the team teaching, the staff member should become a Circle Time ambassador for their school, modelling the strategy for others to observe and undertaking team teaching with colleagues where required. This is a hands on and supportive approach to developing the skills required to carry out Jenny Mosley’s Quality Circle Time model within the classroom.

Course outcomes The team teaching will provide participants with the opportunity to: • observe the Quality Circle Time approach in practice with pupils. • take a gradual approach to leading a full Quality Circle Time session. • take joint responsibility for planning, leading and reviewing a series of Circle Time sessions. • develop skills, knowledge and understanding relating to each of the Circle Time steps. • develop increased confidence in leading Circle Time. • become a Circle Time ambassador allowing others at the school to share their expertise through supportive advise, observation of sessions or team teaching with colleagues. Sessions of team teaching may be booked using the following contact details: Email: ruth.halliwell@educationleeds.co.uk Telephone: 0113 214 4114 Mobile: 07891 275298

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Quality Circle Time

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Delivered to you in school on a mutually agreed date and time

Venue

Your school

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell

Target audience

Whole Staff

Overview This course is intended as a session of Inset training for all staff within a school interested in using Quality Circle Time as a listening system within a wider model of behaviour management. Quality Circle Time may also be used as a teaching and learning strategy for exploring aspects of the PSHCE curriculum. This is a hands on session providing participants with the opportunity to explore both the theory and practice behind Jenny Mosley’s Quality Circle Time model.

Course outcomes The session will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • become familiar with aspects of the whole school Quality Circle Time model developed by Jenny Mosley. • explore ways in which to promote positive behaviour and respectful relationships within a structured Quality Circle Time approach. • gain an understanding of the theory behind Quality Circle time principals. • take part in a Circle Time session to put into practice the theory explored. • consider ways in which to adapt the Quality Circle Time model to meet the individual needs of the school and its pupils.

Evaluations “The session was delivered in a fun, enthusiastic way, inspiring me to want to get going with circle time as soon as possible.” “The session was delivered in a clam and clear manner and fully met its objectives.” “The trainer was very friendly and put us all at ease. I am very inspired and keen to have a go myself in the classroom.” “The practical session was very good and something which I now feel much more confident about using effectively.” Sessions of team teaching may be booked using the following contact details: Email: ruth.halliwell@educationleeds.co.uk Telephone: 0113 214 4114 Mobile: 07891 275298

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Primary PSHCE Network

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Delivered to you in school on a mutually agreed date and time

Venue

Your school

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Ruth Halliwell

Target audience

The primary PSHCE network is open to all primary PSHCE subject leads, both experienced and new in post. All staff members who deliver and support the delivery of PSHCE in schools are also welcome to attend.

Overview The primary PSHCE network meets each term with the purpose of sharing ideas, best practice and resources so that practitioners may support one another. Information is disseminated through the network with some training opportunities also available. The network provides an opportunity for practitioners to determine PSHCE themes to be explored. Attendees value the opportunity to share good practice, support one another and make contacts for future collaborative working.

Course outcomes Previous meetings have provided the opportunity to: • receive introductory training on economic wellbeing and financial capability in the primary curriculum. • explore a variety of PSHCE assessment strategies and tools. • consider ways in which to carry out effective monitoring and evaluation. • discuss the use of various self review tools and mechanisms for analysing the schools current strengths and areas for development within PSHCE. • share good practice with colleagues. The focus of future meetings will be determined by the requests made by attendees. Some of these so far include: • cross curricular links in relation to PSHCE. • PSHCE planning. • the use of outside agencies in support of the PSHCE curriculum. • PSHCE related activities for theme days/weeks. Details of the dates and venues for future primary PSHCE network meetings will be forthcoming. For further enquiries please using the following contact details: Email: ruth.halliwell@educationleeds.co.uk Telephone: 0113 214 4114 Mobile: 07891 275298

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Emotional Health and Wellbeing In this section you will ďŹ nd all the courses we currently offer to support Emotional Health and Wellbeing in schools as part of the TaMHS (Targetted Mental Health in Schools) project. Visit: www.leedsehwb.org.uk

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Whole School and Targeted Emotional Health and Wellbeing (EHWB) development through Healthy Schools enhancement model

Course number

50272861

Date and time

Tuesday 12 October 2010, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Programme Coordinator

Overview This course will allow staff to work through the Emotional Health and Wellbeing aspects of the new Healthy Schools Enhancement Model. This is a hands-on course. Attendees should have a clear understanding of their whole school and targeted priorities in EHWB for the school in order to complete the task on the day. Please consult with your head teacher before attending. www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Use the latest best practice available in Leeds for EHWB. • Use the EHWB Healthy Schools enhancement model tool in a hands on manner to: o Help Decide on their meaningful outcomes. o Link to relevant Early Success indicators. o Plan appropriate activities. o Make an action plan and link to other available training.

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Setting up targeted cluster-based (including therapeutic) mental health support including Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Thursday 25 November 2010, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

EHWB school leaders/extended services coordinators

Overview This course will allow staff to use the provided materials to set up an effective model of early intervention emotional/ mental health support in their cluster based on the Targeted Mental Health in Schools Project. A complete ‘How to pack’ will be provided and used on the day. www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Use the latest best practice available in Leeds for EHWB with proven outcomes. • Hear from clusters who have existing effective practice on the benefits of such an approach.* • Identify the costs and practical steps involved. • Use the available evidence base to decide on appropriate services. • Meet a range of potential providers* • Use the EHWB Healthy Schools Enhancement model to record progress • Gain an overview of the DCSF guidance on Guidance on Commissioning targeted mental health and emotional wellbeing services in schools * tbc

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Anti-bullying - Effective approaches and support

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Tuesday 7 December 2010, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Intervention Managers, Healthy Schools Coordinators, school leaders

Overview This course will provide staff with a working knowledge of the Anti Bullying model and available support at www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk This is a hands on course using the web/ CD materials. Please bring a laptop with a CD player and/or wi-fi access.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Be clear what is bullying and what is unacceptable behaviour • Understand the whole school model at www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk • Actively choose effective support and resolution strategies • Embed the practice in the Healthy Schools Enhancement Model

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In-School Targeted Emotional Literacy Groups

Course number

50272862

• Improving Behaviour • Silver SEAL • Emotional literacy assessments

Date and time

Tuesday 14 December 2010, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Primary School Learning Mentors who have whole school SEAL/Intervention Managers/SEAL coordinators

Overview This course will provide staff with a working knowledge of Silver SEAL and other sources of targeted Emotional Literacy to use in schools as well as using effective assessments to identify pupils, set baselines and monitor progress. This is a hands on course using National Strategies and GL assessment materials which will be available in full on a CD. Please bring a laptop with CD drive. This course is free but if you would like to purchase Emotional Literacy: Assessment and Intervention in advance the cost will be £95 – 10% discount = £85.50 to cover the cost of this resource. Please inform the course leader in advance.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Consider the evidence that demonstrates this effective approach. • Use Silver SEAL and other planning tools and resources. • Use Emotional Literacy: Assessment and Intervention to inform planning, screen for pupils, monitor progress and prove outcomes for OFSTED and other audiences. Visit www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk and search ‘Emotional Literacy Assessment’ for more information. • Hear from other colleagues who have used this approach in schools. Its uses, benefits and outcomes.* * tbc

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Using Effective Provision Mapping to Plan and Demonstrate Progress for Targeted Pupils with Emotional Health/ Behaviour Issues

Course number

50272863

Date and time

Thursday 13 January 2011, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Intervention Managers/SENCOs

Overview This course will provide staff with a MS Excel based tool and hands on use to record provision for all pupils but especially those with emotional health issues. This is a hands on course using a Microsoft Excel based tool which will be available in full on a CD. Please bring a laptop with CD drive.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Use the MS Excel based tool. • Identify need and choose appropriate interventions. • Find out how to pre load the tool with APPL data. • Plan costings. • Measure emotional literacy progress. • Cross reference academic attainment and targeted provision outcomes to compare progress. • Present the information for a variety of audiences including OFSTED.

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Webster Stratton Teacher Classroom Management Training 6 day course Date and time

Course number

TBC

Thursday 13 January, Thursday 3 March, Thursday 31 March, Tuesday 24 May, Thursday 16 June, Thursday 14 July 2011, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Primary School teaching and support staff

Overview This is a 6 day course over six months which will enable course participants to manage pupils in their class in a proven effective manner. Webster Stratton Teacher Classroom Management training is the only internationally and locally evaluated form of classroom management proven to have a significant impact on pupil behaviour and emotional health. For full information please see www.incredibleyears.com/program/teacher.asp To see the full evaluations please see www.incredibleyears.com/ResearchEval/effective.asp The course is free but to receive a copy of the course book for use in school to complete tasks the cost is approx £50*. Please contact the course leader in advance.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to explore in detail: • Positive classroom climate. • Knowledge and use of: - effective classroom management techniques - effective behaviour management techniques • Social and emotional learning programmes - problem-solving, social awareness, - managing feelings etc. • High expectations & recognise achievements. • Consistency of approach. Between each training session tasks will be given to complete. * dependent on exchange rates. Current cost is $75 Healthy schools and wellbeing service

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EHWB and SEF self-review OFSTED preparation

Course number

50272868

Date and time

Tuesday 15 February 2011, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

School leaders

Overview This course will provide staff with the opportunity to consider the aspects of the new OFSTED and SEF framework that relate to EHWB, evaluate their current position and what information will be useful. This is a hands-on course looking at your school’s current position. Please bring with you a copy of your most recent SEF and last OFSTED report/ Action Plan. Guidance Documents with example statements and evidence will be provided. www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore each section of the SEF relevant to EHWB and example grading statements focusing on ‘limiting judgements’. • Consider what data and information your school currently uses and could use to prove its position. • How the Healthy Schools Enhancement Model can support evidence gathering and develop the school’s provision.

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Doing what works

Course number

Using the Available Evidence Base to Ensure Effective Outcomes for Pupils’ Behaviour and Emotional Health

TBC

Date and time

Tuesday 15 March 2011, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Intervention Managers/SENCOs/School Leaders

Overview This course will provide staff with an overview of proven, evaluated strategies and interventions for the whole school, targeted groups and individuals to improve a range of emotional health and behaviour issues. This is a hands on course using a range of resources which will be available in full on a CD. Please bring a laptop with CD drive. www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore the DCSF guidance on the available evidence base. • Get an overview of specific evaluated interventions. • Find out how to access training for interventions. • Find out where to buy in specialist professionals to work in schools. • Hear from colleagues who have used example interventions/ training and its impact on pupils.* • Explore relevant assessments to prove outcomes and impact for a range of audiences and OFSTED.

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Introduction to Primary SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning)

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Thursday 19 May 2011, 9.30am – 12.15pm

Venue

TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Joseph Krasinski

Target audience

Primary schools who do not currently implement SEAL and who are not on the National Strategies Support Programme

Overview This course will provide staff with a thorough overview of the SEAL programme for Primary Schools. This is a hands on course using DCSF and other materials which will be available in full on a CD. Please bring a laptop with CD drive. For more info on SEAL please see www.LeedsEHWB.org.uk and search - ‘SEAL’

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Understand the proven benefits of SEAL. • Explore the five aspects of SEAL. • Explore the seven themes and what they teach pupils. • Understand how SEAL can fit with your existing PSHCE curriculum. • Understand the benefits of and how to deliver Silver SEAL for groups of pupils with additional social and emotional needs. • Understand the benefits and how to deliver Family and Gold SEAL to support parents. • Explore Purple SEAL for the staffroom. • Get an overview of effective assessment of SEAL. • Hear from other schools on the impact SEAL has had.* * tbc

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Pupil Participation and Pupil Voice In this section you will ďŹ nd all the courses we currently offer to support pupil voice and pupil participation in primary, secondary and special schools.

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Introduction to effective school councils

Course number

50272860

Date and time

Wednesday 29 September 2010, 9.00am – 3.30pm

Venue

St Gemmas Hospice

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Hannah Lamplugh and Richard Cracknell

Target audience

Primary and secondary schools. Teachers with responsibility for pupil voice. SLT staff and governors who wish to know more about school councils

Overview Increasingly, OFSTED are looking at how a school both involves and consults with its learners. This training will give a full overview of how to develop and deliver an effective school council. It will be an interactive day where delegates will have the opportunity to practice participative approaches they can use in school to deliver an effective school council.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore the roles and responsibilities of staff and school councillors. • How to support students to run successful meetings. • Roles of class councils. • Strengthening communication with Parents, Leadership Team and Governors. • How to evaluate the outcomes of a school council.

Evaluations “95% of delegates rated previous sessions as “Excellent” (45%) or “Very Good” (50%).” “Gave me lots of ideas to take back to school.” “Very good, the best training I’ve attended.” “Fantastic ideas and discussions.”

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Introduction to Investors in Pupils

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Wednesday 10 November 2010, 9.00am – 3.30pm

Venue

Based in an Investors in Pupils School, TBC

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Hannah Lamplugh and Richard Cracknell

Target audience

Primary, secondary and special schools. Teachers with responsibility for pupil voice and an interest in developing whole school participation. SLT staff and governors who wish to know more about the Investors in Pupils scheme and how it can benefit their school

Overview A course designed to give delegates a basic outline of the process involved in achieving Investors in Pupils accreditation for their school, the benefits IIP can bring to the whole school community, what IIP assessors look for and some practical examples of how local schools have used innovative practice.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Have a thorough overview and understanding of the IIP process. • Understand the practicalities of implementing IIP. • Hear from other schools in the city about how they have successfully embedded IIP. • Take away information that will assist in delivering Investors in Pupils. • Gather best practice case studies.

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Innovative approaches to pupil involvement in teaching and learning

Course number

50272864

Date and time

Wednesday 19 January 2011, 9.00am – 3.30pm

Venue

St Gemma’s Hospice

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Hannah Lamplugh and Richard Cracknell

Target audience

Primary and secondary schools. Teachers with responsibility for pupil voice and an interest in developing whole school participation. SLT staff and governors who wish to know more about school councils

Overview A course designed to give delegates an overview of various innovative approaches to involving pupils in teaching and learning.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Explore the different aspects of teaching and learning that pupils can have direct involvement in. • Get practical hands-on experience of innovative techniques to enable pupil involvement. • Receive detailed pack of resources and training aids. • Learn examples of some current best practice from Leeds schools.

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Involving Pupils in staff recruitment and selection

Course number

TBC

Date and time

Tuesday 1 May 2011, 9.00am – 3.30pm

Venue

St Gemmas Hospice

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Hannah Lamplugh and Richard Cracknell

Target audience

Primary and secondary schools. Teachers with responsibility for pupil voice and an interest in developing whole school participation. SLT staff and governors who wish to know more about school councils

Overview Effective participation of pupils in the recruitment process creates a positive dialogue between staff and pupils that can contribute to school improvement. Enabling pupils to influence key decisions in the management of your school, send a powerful message that they are key stakeholders and that you listen and respond to their needs and views.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Exploring the ways in which pupils can be involved in the recruitment and selection of staff, from creating job descriptions to induction of staff. • Examining the benefits the process can bring to pupils, school and new members of staff. • Practical step by step approach, using simple creative activities, to ensure involvement of pupils is positive and meaningful. • Toolkit and resources available to support staff to deliver training for pupils back in school. • Best practice examples on how pupils have been successfully involved in recruiting new staff.

Evaluations 100% of delegates rated the session as “good” or better “It was all helpful” “Good to share views with others” “Now feel confident enough to deliver a training session to large groups of students”

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Be Healthy! Be Creative Launches

Course numbers 50272872, 50272874, 50272875, 50272876, 50272877

Date and time

Venue

Monday 21 March 2011, 9.00am – 12.00pm Wed 23 March 2011, 9.00am – 12.00pm Friday 25 March 2011, 9.00am – 12.00pm Wed 30 March 2011, 9.00am – 12.00pm Friday 1 April 2011, 9.00am – 12.00pm

West Leeds CLC – Wortley High site North East CLC Derek Fatchett CLC South Leeds CLC West Leeds CLC – West Leeds High School site

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Hannah Lamplugh and Richard Cracknell

Target audience

Primary and secondary schools who will be running the Be Healthy! challenge

Overview This is a series of citywide training and information sessions for the Be Healthy! Be Creative campaign. Schools are invited to attend with one member of staff and two pupils. Pupils will be trained as Be Healthy! young leaders, equipping them with the skill to help promote and deliver the Be Healthy! Be Creative 2011 programme in their schools. Please visit www.educationleeds.co.uk/behealthy for more information on the programme.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Learn all about the Be Healthy! Be Creative challenge. • Take part in practical activities which they can they use back in school. • Find out about all the different challenges the campaign offers. • Hear from pupils who have been involved in previous years. • Register for the 2011 programme and receive their free CD-ROM resource.

Evaluations “Brilliant for building children’s confidence” “A fun filled, informative morning, very well organised” “I was very impressed by how all of the outcomes were achieved through child centred activities.” “Fantastic launch – lots of exciting ideas which got me and the children really motivated to go back and begin the challenge

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Pupil Participation Showcase Event 2011

Course number

50272878

Date and time

Wednesday 29 June 2011, 9.00am – 3.00pm

Venue

Leeds Met University

Cost

Free to schools who have an SLA with the Healthy Schools Service

Course leader

Hannah Lamplugh and Richard Cracknell

Target audience

Primary and secondary school teachers with a responsibility for school councils/student voice. Also for SLT level; heads and governors who wish to improve pupil participation in their schools

Overview This is a citywide showcase event to promote and celebrate innovative practice in pupil voice across the city. It will feature displays and case studies from both primary and secondary schools, practical workshops and informative presentations.

Course outcomes The course will provide delegates with the opportunity to: • Learn how schools have used innovative approaches to involve pupils in staff recruitment and selection. • Learn how schools have used innovative approaches to involve pupils in reviewing and developing policies. • Learn how schools have used innovative approaches to involve pupils in contributing to their school improvement plan. • Meet and network with colleagues from other schools who have responsibility for pupil voice. • Take part in creative workshops to enable sharing of good practice and to learn new techniques to take back to school.

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Leeds Healthy Schools and Wellbeing Service

Education Leeds, The Annexe, Elmete School Improvement Centre, Elmete Lane, Leeds, LS8 2LJ. Phone: 0113 214 4051 Fax: 0113 214 4083 Web: www.educationleeds.co.uk/healthyschools


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