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Admission Appeals
An independent service for the administration of school admission appeals and exclusion reviews
When a parent is informed that their child has not been offered a place at their preferred school, or that their child has been permanently excluded, they have a right to appeal.
The School Admission Appeals Code 2012 and the 2012 Statutory Guidance on exclusion of pupils require that an independent appeal panel must be arranged to hear admission appeals and exclusion reviews, and they seek to ensure that appeal hearings are conducted in a fair and transparent way.
Norfolk County Council can provide you with full support for these processes.
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Brochure - Governance & Leadership Services for Maintained Schools April 2018 - March 2019
23 Mar
Governance and Leadership services for maintained schools April 2018 to March 2019
Important reminder for NCC maintained schools - renewal of annual contracts for 2018 - 19
16 Mar
Please ensure that all purchases are checked out of shopping baskets before Friday 31st March 2018. Please note that your contracts are due to roll forward on Monday 4th May 2018. A school may not be able to withdraw after a contract has rolled forward. Therefore if you wish to cancel an annual rolling contract, please email the details of the contracts you wish to cancel to contractsteam@educatorsolutions.org.uk and we will action this on your behalf. Please ensure you notify us by Friday 31st March 2018. NB/ The act of unticking suggested items on the Buy Now form, by itself, will not cancel a contract.
Implementing GDPR events and Q&A Drop in sessions over March and April
12 Mar
ICT Services 4 Education/NCC and Data Protection Education (DPE) have formed a partnership to provide an Information Management and Data Protection Officer Service to Schools, Academies and Trusts. James England (DPE), Mark Crannage (Information Management Service Manager from NCC) and a representative from ICT Services 4 Education team will be hosting both half day “Implementing GDPR” events and drop in sessions over March and April. Drop in Sessions – Your chance to speak to James and Mark about your own schools’ circumstances and ask any questions you may have about implementing GDPR or the new service. These will be held on: 27th March 2018 (9.00 – 16.00) – Abbey Conference Centre, Norwich 28th March 2018 (13.00 -16.00) – Kings Lynn Innovation Centre (KLIC) Implementing GDPR half day events - Key guidance for implementing GDPR, introduction of the new GDPR service offered by DPE and overview of GDPRis portal by GDPR.Schools. These will be held on: 28th March 2018 (09.30 -12.30) – Kings Lynn Innovation Centre (KLIC) 26th April 2018 (9.30 – 12.30 AND 13.00 - 16.00) – Abbey Conference Centre, Norwich Booking is available via s4s.norfolk.gov.uk
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23 Apr
Neglect - Multi Agency
Please note that although delegates who book via the cpd website may receive a confirmation email saying lunch is provided, this does not apply to multi-agency courses. The NSCB do not provide lunch on their courses, however it may be possible to purchase this at the venue. The NSCB will send further information with their joining instructions. Please arrive at 9.00am for a prompt start at 9.30am. PLEASE NOTE: Education spaces on courses are ONLY suitable for those staff trained (or soon to be trained) to the level of a DSL. The Multi-Agency training courses are not suitable for other education staff who are not trained to this level and they should not book or be sign-posted to book with the NSCB; this includes PSAs who are not trained to the level of DSL.
23 Apr
Sex Education Sorted - Primary
Sort out your schools' sex and relationships education in a day!
23 Apr
Managing the Single Central Record
All schools and colleges must keep a single central record. It is a key piece of documentation referred to in Keeping Children Safe in Education and it plays a crucial part in establishing and evidencing safeguarding practice. Maintaining the single central record is a key responsibility for schools and colleges and checking the document plays an important part of inspecting practice. This course should be seen as complimentary to existing safer recruitment training. It does not fulfil the statutory requirement for specified staff to undertake such training or replace any of those courses.