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Media Handling and Reputation Management
Protecting and enhancing reputation through professional support and training in media handling and reputation management.
With more diversity and choice in schools than ever before, and more channels available to voice opinions on the service provided, a school’s reputation management and public perception is crucial in ensuring the school’s success for years to come.

Expert support in print, digital and social media, crisis management and community engagement from Norfolk County Council’s skilled communications professionals is available through a low-cost annual subscription.

This is a crucial insurance policy that provides professional media guidance and support when required. In times of necessity, such as adverse Ofsted inspections or internal crises, being able to call upon a skilled and experienced team of Communications professionals can help maintain or enhance a school’s reputation.

Having this security in mind means that school governors and staff can continue performing their roles effectively, aware that the school’s image is being safeguarded by experienced crisis management professionals.

Over recent years, we have helped schools with hundreds of issues that have sparked media interest, including staff suspensions, criminal activity, sudden deaths and negative Ofsted reports.
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25 Jun
Designated Safeguarding Lead Training: Safeguarding in Education
This Course is for any member of staff who intends to perform the role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL). The 2 day course will cover the legislative framework, statutory guidance, the roles and responsibilities of the DSL, safer working practice, learning lessons from serious case reviews and best practice in line with the Ofsted Framework for Inspection. From September 2016, members of staff who are new to the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead or have not attended the Safeguarding in Education Course since April 2010 will be required to attend a two day training course. This development is in response to feedback received following DSL training, it has been supported by the Education Advisory Group of the NSCB and brings the training in line with many other LAs and the NSPCC. DSLs who have attended a full day training since April 2010 are not required to undertake the two day course and should book on a refresher.
25
25 Jun
Attendance Service Network Meeting
As part of our Traded Attendance Service offer, we are pleased to be able to hold termly network meetings. We propose to use these sessions to provide local and national updates, an opportunity for schools to share and develop effective practice to support improvements in attendance, discuss difficult cases, and a chance to spend time with the Attendance Team. Additionally, each network will include a guest speaker. The network meetings are aimed at Primary and Secondary Schools Attendance Leaders/Attendance Officers with strategic/operational lead for the whole school attendance. Cost: £65 per delegate However, if you have purchased into Level 2 or 3 for the academic year 18/19 you are entitled to two free delegate places as part of your annual subscription.
25
25 Jun
Understanding self-harm and suicide prevention
This training will cover self-harm and suicide prevention within the context of schools. It is free for all Norfolk and Waveney schools/academies.
25
25 Jun
Governor and Trustee Induction
25
25 Jun
Maximise your PE & Sport Premium
PE & Sport Premium – A governors role