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Printing - Inpress
InPress is Doncaster Council’s in-house printing and print finishing service
InPress has extensive knowledge of all types of print, has worked closely with a number of schools for many years and would welcome the opportunity to meet with your school to discuss the most cost ef...
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Training & Events

22 Jan
DASH and MARAC (formerly known as Domestic Abuse Level 3)
See above
24 Jan
Promoting the Greater Depth Standard in Y6 (Reading and Writing)
Over the three days, delegates will have the opportunity to; - improve subject knowledge - unpick the Teacher Assessment Framework and National Curriculum - participate in moderation of work - especially the border line writers - explore the national exemplifications in more detail - consider techniques and skills needed to answer the reading SATs - use QLA to inform the teaching of reading - discuss and feedback on techniques which can be implemented in the classroom Delegates will be expected to bring examples of their own chidlren's work and to openly participate in group discussions in a none threatening and supportive environment.
27 Jan
This course is designed for school staff across all key stages to enable them to understand the psychology of behaviour. Practitioners will be able to recognise when behaviours are escalating and use preventative strategies to de-escalate behaviour. This is an interactive course that enables reflection on challenging situations and enables participants to use solution focused approaches to support the children and young people within their setting.
28 Jan
Inclusion Network
Programme includes: Keynotes: - Key Note Speech & workshop – Dr Bill Rogers - Department for Education Opportunity Area- Priority 4 Showcase (Priority 4): Workshops on the day include: - Whole School Behaviour Management Strategies & interventions- Dr Bill Rogers - School staff wellbeing - Inclusion and Transition across Doncaster - Sharing Inclusion good practice in Doncaster - Launch: The Multi- Agency SEMH Pathway of support - Mental Health Trailblazer Project - Alternative Provision and training provider showcase - The effective use of restorative practice in school settings - Inclusion Quality Mark
28 Jan
Level 3 Award Emergency First aid at work (1 Day)
The qualification covers knowledge such as the roles and responsibilities of the first aider, how to assess an incident and recognising signs and symptoms of injury and illness. The qualification also covers first aid skills in CPR and use of an AED, providing first aid to a casualty who is choking and dealing with external bleeding and hypovolaemic shock. In line with guidance provided by the HSE, the qualification supports/approves work place first aiders for a period of 3 years, after which point learners will need to retake the course. In addition to this, it is recommended that learners refresh their knowledge annually. How long will it take me to achieve this qualification? This qualification is usually obtained by taking a 1-day classroom-based course with contact hours of 6. How is the qualification assessed? This qualification is assessed by the following two methods: 1. Practical assessment - Learners must demonstrate the practical first aid skills, as indicated within the Highfield assessment paperwork. 2. Theory assessment - Learners must answer a series of multiple-choice questions as outlined within the Highfield assessment paperwork.