Younger pupil learn pedestrian skills as part of the Road Safety week. HfL workshop descriptions will be available shortly if you would like external visitors to bring in a new dimension. HfL has worked closely with schools and academies across the county to develop a high-quality connectivity provision tailored to their specific needs.
All headteachers and chairs of governors from shareholding schools are invited to attend. We will issue guidance on the combined functionality in due course.
Our extensive range of ICT equipment includes digital cameras, scanners, sensors, digital movie creators and microscope.
Changes have been highlighted. The bespoke CPD Programme enables headteachers and practitioners to fully develop their provision, practice and improve outcomes for young children. A specific programme is offered for older junior children including videos and discussion.
Friday 13th July KS4 and KS5 exam results data collection and helpline As in previous years, we are asking all Hertfordshire schools and academies to submit to us their headline figures for KS5 and KS4 results on the results days 16th and 23rd August, respectively.
In Religious Education we help the children to acquire an appreciation of the significance of the life of Jesus Christ and develop an awareness of the beliefs and practices of other religious groups.
Pupils become competent in the use of the ICT, the Internet and Email as part of their daily work, using wireless laptops wihin their own classrooms. Monday 23rd July Phone partners As you may be aware, Hertfordshire County Council have previously provided telephony solutions to schools.
Herts for Learning HfL has been asked by schools to identify alternative providers for them. They are now withdrawing from this service.
The functionality is not yet working as intended. When children are confident riders they continue their cycling course on local roads.
All age groups experience a full range of physical activities. Parents are informed by letter before any specific lessons are introduced, given the opportunity to preview material and withdraw their child if they so wish. Please ensure they are with us by 14th September If you require further information please email insurance at insurance hertfordshire.
This has the potential to lead to data breaches under GDPR, as information could be shared with the incorrect parents. Further details about this event will follow in early September. Wednesday 11th July Christmas art competition - Opportunity for Key Stage 2 pupils to win a prize for their school!
Wednesday 25th July Model Child Protection Policy - updated July This document replaces the previous version s and is operational from the 3rd September Herts for Learning to host one-off mock employment tribunal This special event will take place on Thursday 4th October at Hertfordshire Development Centre, Stevenage at pm and will finish approximately pm.5/5(14).
In our literacy lessons this week, we have been learning about the features of persuasive writing. We worked in groups to come up with persuasive techniques that would convice somebody to agree with our topic-based statements, e.g.
The Long Term Plans allow for two planning approaches: Planning which follows the teaching sequence for writing - Topic based planning using a text as a stimulus (‘Take One Book’) Both approaches are designed to be tailored to the needs of the children through ongoing assessment/national expectations/5(24).
in writing instruction, and by using better techniques like Six Traits criteria-based assessment, Writing Process, and Writer’s Workshop, students should be coming into your classes better pre- pared for the writing work you’ll be asking them to do.Download