PQBI - CAPITA Sims - End of Key Stage Statutory Reporting Overview 2019
Quarry Hill Academy Training Centre, Dell Road Grays - Wednesday 22 May 2019
The session will cover aspects of End of Key Stage Reporting. You do not need previous knowledge. The tutor will show how to record teacher assessment and test results in SIMs. The system will generate statutory reports and these can be modified if desired. ‘P’ scales is a statutory requirement. SATs results and ‘P’ scale results will be collected when a CTF is created.
PQBI - CAPITA Sims - End of Year Pastoral Processes Overview 2019
Quarry Hill Academy Training Centre, Dell Road Grays - Wednesday 5 June 2019
The Year’s pastoral structure
Creating new academic year – School setup and dates for attendance
Importing and exporting CTF
Allocating new pupils to new classes
New service to our schools *Thurrock EP Drone Services*
Thurrock EP Drone Services
Thurrock Council is pleased to introduce this service to our schools.
More information regarding the service will be put on the SLA in due course.
For enquiries or further information on what they can offer please feel free to ring Peter Reynolds 01375 652417.
PQBI - Schools Business Intelligence (SBI) Presentation Seminar - January 2019
Presentation Seminar on the forthcoming Spring School Census and all other data collections due in the Spring term.
Please book your place via SLA Online Booking
Ormiston Park Academy
6th Form Lecture Theatre
Belhus Park Lane
Employability and Skills : Forest School/Opportunity Thurrock/Work Experience
Forest School Forest schools is a unique way of building independence, self-esteem and a positive attitude towards learning in young people as they explore and experience the natural world for themselves. A combination of freedom and responsibility is beneficial to any young people particularly those with issue around self-confidence or challenging behaviour. Valuable life skills are learned including communication, team working, responsibility and resilience. Opportunity Thurrock Opportunity Thurrock is the region’s largest careers and further education expo, bringing together nearly 100 exhibitors including local employers from the private and public sectors, colleges and universities. Around 2,500 students from local schools and colleges in Thurrock benefit from the event, which is held on the first Wednesday in October, each year. Work Experience Thurrock Council is pleased to provide robust, auditable systems and processes to enable meaningful and safe work experience, comprising:
Student self sourced placement form
Top tips for sourcing own placement
Letter of Understanding (between the school and the employer)
Health & Safety assurance
Personalised role descriptions
Safeguarding summary sheet
Benefits of work experience summary sheet
Student induction checklist
Student workbook designed for independent learning pre, during and after placement
A list of useful websites re health and safety in the workplace
Student/employer evaluation form designed to measure impact