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Issue 247 - One Education

I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsHeadlineManchester schoolchildren Have a Go to experience life in theworking world550 Manchester schoolchildren were given thechance to Have a Go at different careers, during apacked and varied day of bite-sized activities at theEtihad Stadium.The 50 different activities, which took no more than15 minutes each to complete, were laid on by 30employers and training providers and ranged all theway from animal care to healthcare to horticulture.These included the chance to steer a radio-controlledforklift truck around a track, a look at how mobileapps are developed with support from developersFDM, a museum display activity led by the Universityof Manchester and CPR training from the North WestAmbulance Service.Other activities included finding out what it’s liketo work for an airline, how to plan and build an ecofriendlyhouse.Fashion designer Sissy Rooney guided the childrenthrough the process of designing a complete outfitand talked to them about life in the fashion industry.Sissy said: “The young people were really engagedand willing to learn new skills. They might have cometo the table thinking they couldn’t create anythingContact: Richard SmithTel: 0161 234 4148Email: r.smith3@manchester.gov.uklike the examples I gave them, but by following easysteps, they were able to produce something that theycould be proud of.”The children, from years 9 – 11, came from rightacross the city, with a total of 14 Manchester schoolsrepresented.Phil Prince, careers and work-related learning coordinatorfrom Parrs Wood High School, Didsbury,said: “Sometimes, careers fairs are not as hands-onas you want them to be, but here, the children weretaking part and talking one-to-one with employers.This has been great for our pupils who haveexpressed an interest in apprenticeships, but wantedto find out more about what is involved.”Councillor Afzal Khan, executive member forchildren’s services at Manchester City Council, said:“The Have a Go event allowed the children to get areal feel for what working life is like, which helps tobuild on the information they are being given aboutdifferent career paths.“This was an invaluable opportunity for our youngpeople and will help them to decide which route theywant to take into work in the future.”2


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsSchool NewsThe Barlow named one of the top TEN schools in England for PEThe Barlow RC High School in Didsbury has beennamed one of the top ten schools in England for itsPE provision. On 14 February, the school’s Head of PEwas presented with an award in recognition of theschool’s excellent practice and approach to physicaleducation. Head of PE, Mrs Penny Scott received theaward from Edward Timpson MP at the Departmentfor Education’s Offices in London.The Barlow’s PE department has been awarded TheAssociation for Physical Education’s (afPE) QualityMark; the benchmark and industry standard forhigh quality PE. The mark celebrates excellence inThe Barlow’s management and delivery of PE andsport. The Barlow was just one of ten schools acrossEngland given this independent endorsement.Head of PE, Mrs Penny Scott said, “We are delightedwith the Quality Mark award. It recognises thestrength and quality of physical education and sportat The Barlow. All young people are entitled to benefitfrom a high quality physical education. We deliverstrenuous activities that challenge our students,invest in competitive sport and provide a wide varietyof extra-curricular sporting activities. Not only do PElessons contribute to healthy and active lifestyles,there is significant evidence to show that they canhelp improve behaviour, develop key skills such asleadership and confidence and make a differenceto the learning of children, more widely across thecurriculum.”Edward Timpson MP, Parliamentary Under Secretaryof State (children and families) is responsible,amongst other things, for sport in school withinthe Department of Education. The Quality Mark isawarded to schools following an inspection by theafPE, similar to those conducted by Ofsted. A copy ofthe report is sent to the Department of Education.The afPE Strategic Lead, Sue Wilkinson said, “TheafPE Quality Mark Award for Physical Education andschool sport is only awarded to those schools whocan demonstrate a commitment to improvementand a high standard in the subject. The Barlow HighSchool is a worthy recipient of this award and weare delighted that Edward Timpson MP was able topresent Penny with the award at the ceremony.”It has been an excellent year for The Barlow withGCSE results rising significantly for the fourth yearin succession. In 2012, 95% of the pupils achieved atleast 5 A*- C grades, with 74% including English andMaths. These outstanding results placed The Barlowyet again as one of the highest performing secondaryschools in Manchester. In July 2012, The Barlow alsoreceived national recognition from The SpecialistSchools and Academies Trust (SSAT) for achievingsome of the fastest improving GCSE results in thecountry and in October, an Ofsted inspection reportpraised pupils, staff and governors and stated that‘under passionate, visionary leadership, the school isgoing from strength-to-strength.’Contact: Kathryn CarrTel: 0161 445 8053Email: k.carr@thebarlowrchigh.co.uk4


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsSchool NewsIt’s “All Write” at St Peter’sEnglish teacher, MsBoardman, recentlyencouraged somepupils to enter apoetry competitionheld by ManchesterMetropolitanUniversity. Out of the 500 entries across the whole of theNorth West there were only 80 winners selected to havetheir work published in this year’s anthology, ‘All Write’.With unfaltering encouragement and guidance from theEnglish department, twelve pupils from St Peter’s havebeen nominated as winners by the panel of universityjudges!The pupils and members of their family will be invitedto a special presentation at the Zion Arts Centre wherethey will be presented with a copy of ‘All Write 2012’ by apublished poet.Go for GreenSt Peter’s RC High School Year 9 Engineering studentshave been involved in the Manchester Carbon LiteracyChallenge by creating a giant board game called “Go forGreen.”The game encourages children and adults to reducetheir personal carbon footprint by reassessing andchanging their everyday behaviour.It has been presented to the Co-operative Group andwill go on display on 7 March at the Arndale Centre, tobe seen by around 350,000 people! Make sure you goalong and check it out.St Peter’s shining stars ofthe futureSalford City Reds Foundation has remained committedto investing in youth and our local community. Thebuilding blocks are in place for SCR to find the futurestars of tomorrow from the City of Manchester.A shining example of this can be seen with regardsto former pupil Adams, raised locally in Manchesterand showing the potential needed to be a real firstteam contender. Having been initially spotted onthe school playing fields of St Peters RC High School,through a combination of talent, hard work and expertcoaching, Adams may now be only a short time awayfrom making a full debut in the famous red of SCR. Herecently signed professional forms with SCR and is thefirst such youngster to come through this pathway.The talented Adams was nurtured by St Peters RC HighSchool Assistant Head and Rugby League fanatic MrDixon, who quickly brought him to the attention ofour player recruitment team. Having been invited tothe club for trials and assessment it wasn’t long beforeAdams was impressing in the academy teams, andprogressing through the junior ranks.However, Adams is not the only academy prospectworth tracking, with former St Peter’s RC High Schoolyoungster Davis, recently being called into the nationalset up. For young players with talent, enthusiasm,ambition and discipline, Rugby League and SCR offer aworld of opportunities.St Peter’s Contracted to Cheer atSalford City RedsThe Year 10 boys and girls from St Peter’s have this yearstarted a Cheerleading Team and have won a contractto dance at all SCR First Team’s home games.They perform both before the match and at half time.The team lookreally professionalin their newcheerleading kit.They continuouslygo down a storm ateach match!Contact: Mr J McNerneyTel: 0161 248 1550Email: office@st-petershigh.manchester.sch.uk9


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsThe East Manchester Academy OFSTED 2012-13School NewsGOOD WITH OUTSTANDING FEATURESOverall effectivenessGOODAchievement of pupilsGOODQuality of teachingGOODBehaviour and safety of pupils GOODLeadership and management OUTSTANDINGHMI / OFSTED VERBAL FEEDBACK• “Pupils are fuelled by a desire of highexpectations.”• “We are exceptionally impressed by passionateand driven staff.”• “No-one here is defensive and commitment istangible.”• There is lively dynamic teaching...very impressive!”• “Pursuit of excellence is uncompromising acrossall strands of leadership from governors to pupils.”• “There is a glue here of high expectations”Taekwondo Olympians Inspire Our PupilsYear 7 pupils were given the opportunity to interviewOlympic Gold medallist, Jade Jones, and Bronze medallist,Lutalo Muhammad, in an Assembly as we broke up for theChristmas Holidays. Key messages from the stars included;“Work very hard, be confident and be committed.”Pupils and staff were delighted to see Olympic medalsclose up and hold them, briefly! The Taekwondo stars spokeclearly about the importance of being disciplined andfocussed and were fantastic ambassadors for the GB team,as well as outstanding role models for our pupils.Both Jade and Lutalo also made clear to the pupils thatwhatever one’s background, sport can change lives.We will eagerly follow the exploits of all the GB Taekwondoteam all the way to the 2016 Rio Olympics!The Tutor TrustContact: Jill RichfordTel: 0161 230 8039Email: j.richford@temac.co.ukFor several months now, the Academy has benefitted from workingwith The Tutor Trust, an organised group of University studentshelping to raise their attainment in English, maths and science.Pupils have thoroughly enjoyed these extension sessions and weredelighted when asked to be filmed for a promotional video for theTrust.Students from Manchester Universities are very impressed with thepupils.10


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsLancasterian Outreach and Inclusion Service (LOIS)part of the Lancasterian OrganisationService NewsMeet the teamAnn Sullivana.sullivan@lancasterian.manchester.sch.ukBen Dixonb.dixon@lancasterian.manchester.sch.uk#Julie Chesterj.upton@lancasterian.manchester.sch.ukWe are based at:Lancasterian SchoolElizabeth Slinger RoadWest DidsburyManchester M20 2XAPhone: 0161 445 0123Fax: 0161 445 6826We help to provide support for Manchester schoolsand settings in managing and meeting the needsof pupils with complex medical needs and physicaldisabilitiesWe often work with schools who have pupils with:• Cerebral Palsy,• Muscular Dystrophy,• Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus,• Epilepsy,• Neurofibromatosis,• Osteogenesis imperfect (brittle bones),• Diabetes,• Sickle-cell anaemia,• Genetic/chromosomal conditions,• ABI (Acquired Brain Injury),• physical needs associated with use of prostheticlimbs… and many others.Q: How can schools or settings access your support?A: We ask schools and settings to complete a referralform with the consent of parents or carers. Referralcentres around a child with a clinically diagnosedmedical condition or physical disability. We prioritisenew referrals based on complexity of pupil needs.‘Achieving excellence in equality, access andparticipation’Contact: Julie HumphreysTel: 0161 445 0123 Ext 269 / 07542405795Email: j.humphreys@lancasterian.manchester.sch.uk11


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsEventsAnne Frank +You in ManchesterThe Anne Frank Trust UK is delighted to announcethat our flagship exhibition, Anne Frank +You will beon display at Z-Arts in Manchester from 25 Februaryto 23 March 2013.The exhibition gives Anne Frank’s story and messagea contemporary profile for today, focusing on theissues of identity and moral choice we face in 21stCentury Britain.Starting from Anne Frank’s writings and experiences,the exhibition is a journey of self exploration for thevisitor. Themes that Anne wrote about in her diary,such as racial hatred, war and conflict and the valueof democracy and freedom, are presented in an upto date and contemporary fashion, along with filmedinterviews with British teenagers discussing theirown views, concerns and hopes for the future. Thisexhibition is suitable for adults and children from age10 (Year 6) up. Schools can visit for a special tour ofthe exhibition by pupils.For more information, please contact Adam Kirkbyor visit our website http://www.annefrank.org.uk formore about us.Contact: Adam KirkbyTel: 020 7284 5858Email: adam@annefrank.org.ukSchools Competition: Bake with Paul Hollywoodgrainchain.com is a not-for-profit organisationfunded by farmers, millers and bakers. The aims ofgrainchain.com are to teach children:• where grain-based food comes from;• the nutritional value of grain-based foods; and• how to cook with grain-based food.In April 2013 the Cake & Bake Show will be heldat Manchester Central. We will be there running aSchools Bake Off with Paul Hollywood (baker andjudge from BBC TV’s Great British Bake Off) on Friday5 April. We are currently looking for schools toparticipate in the event.The competition is open to both primary andsecondary schools. We are looking for teams of oneteacher and two students. Participating teams arerequired to bring along their best bake on the dayfor a taste test by Paul Hollywood. The winners of thetaste test will then come back for the final which willbe a live ‘scone off’ with each team baking sconesto Paul’s recipe. Please see www.grainchain.com/competitions for more information.Contact: Priya NicholasTel: 0207 493 2521Email: priyanicholas@nabim.org.uk12


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsEventsEaster Treat For Manchester Schools & Families- 2,500 Free Tickets For Baking Show!2,500%FREE%TICKETS%AVAILABLE%FOR%MANCHESTER%SCHOOLS!%LIMITED%NUMBER%AVAILABLE%PER%SCHOOL%APPLY%NOW%LOCAL%SCHOOL%TICKET%OFFER!%Following a sell out launch show in London last year,The Cake & Bake Show - dedicated to the world ofcakes, breads and the art of baking - is heading toManchester for three days filled with celebrity bakers,live competitions, artisan produce and family, foodfocused fun! With plenty of interactive features – fromlive demos by baking stars including Paul Hollywoodand Eric Lanlard, to gingerbread decorating and thechance to bake live on stage with contestants fromthe Great British Bake Off, the event promises to be aunique, entertaining day out for all the family.To celebrate its arrival in Manchester, the organisersare offering a limited number of tickets to schoolsin the Manchester area (up to 250 per school,tickets will be allocated on a first come first servebasis and can be used for school staff, students andtheir families). Headmasters/teachers are asked toemail kirsty@thecakeandbakeshow.co.uk with theheading “Manchester Schools Ticket Offer” in thesubject, explaining why they think their studentswould benefit from visiting the show and how manytickets they would like for their school. Please includecontact name, telephone number and a postaladdress for the tickets to be sent to. (Tickets will bevalid for any one day only, and will admit one person– of any age – entry to the show.)For more information about what to expect at theshow please visit – www.thecakeandbakeshow.co.uk.Contact: Kirsty DavisTel: 01474 876 979Email: kirsty@thecakeandbakeshow.co.uk13


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsTrainingStorytelling!Storytelling Techniques – 12 MarchThe day will include the following:• What is storytelling?• Why is narrative so powerful?1. Choosing appropriate tales for primaryage children and types of follow up, i.e.drama, art, creative writing......2. Stories with a global dimension…Stories as “cultural indicators” and asguides to helpful and unhelpful choicesand our interconnectedness• How to tell a tale.• Techniques for learning and performing astory.• Use of voice (tone/volume/pacing) facialexpression and gestures, and lots more…Cost: £50When: 12 March 2013, 9am-3pmVisit www.depstorytelling.eventbrite.com oremail info@dep.org.uk to book.There will also be a storytelling session forchildren at St Margaret’s Primary school from4pm to 6pm.Storytelling Techniques withNoel Watkins at DEP.Noel Watkins is an engaging, livelyteller of both local stories and fairy andfolk tales and myths and legends fromaround the world. Noel tailors hissessions to the needs of his audienceswhether they are three or ninety three.Telephone: 07986 095528Email: StorytellerNoel@aol.comFor more information on storytelling andliteracy see:http://www.primarylanguages.org.uk/teaching__learning/active_learning/storytelling/storytelling_for_literacy.aspxDEP - St Margaret’s Centre,Brantingham Rd, M21 0TThttp://www.dep.org.uk/about/our-location/ManchesterDEP Charity 01000590 – www.dep.org.uk – info@dep.org.uk – 0161 881 8332Contact: Claire CowellTel: 0161 881 8332Email: claire@dep.org.uk14


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsTrainingFree Introductory Course.Virtual LearningUsing Cloud TechnologyDue to the popularity of our previous course wehave arranged another date in March. In this halfday course, Teachers will learn how to uploadmultimedia content to produce vibrant,engaging learning materials that can beaccessed in the Classroom or onthego using Ipad and Smart Phones.The course is not technical, requires very little ITknowledge and is FREE to all employed teachers.We are taking bookings for Tuesday 19th March2013 at our Manchester Centre. In order tosecure a place on the courseBook Now !Please contact Kathy on011 23 202 or emailKathy.paramountmedia@btconnect.com*Certificate of attendance for all delegates for CPDContact: Claire CowellTel: 0161 881 8332Email: claire@dep.org.uk15


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsGeneralSOUNDIDEASSOUND IDEAS IS AN EXCITING NEW 10 WEEK MUSIC AND SPOKEN WORDPROJECT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN AND AROUND MANCHESTERRUN BY ARTISTS AND INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS, EACH 2-HOUR WORKSHOP WILL GIVEYOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO WRITE AND PERFORM ORIGINAL MUSIC, LEARN TO PLAY AVARIETY OF INSTRUMENTS AND USE THE LATEST MUSIC PRODUCTION SOFTWAREAND SOUND EQUIPMENT. THE PROJECT CONCLUDES WITH A LIVE PERFORMANCE ATA CITY CENTRE VENUE TO SHOWCASE YOUR NEWFOUND SKILLS AND TALENTS.Sound Ideas is a FREE ten week music project is open to 11-19 year olds who are able to travel to one of theON COMPLETING THE PROJECT YOU WILL RECEIVE A RECOGNISED QUALIFICATIONthree venues - Moss Side Powerhouse library, Longsight library, Old Trafford St John’s Centre - on oneAND THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE WORKING IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY.evening per week (6pm-8pm) for nine weeks and attend the dress rehearsal and live show in week ten. (Breakfor Easter holidays).LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE. APPLY NOW!All successful participants will gain either an award in “Developing Songwriting Skills” accredited by OpenAwards or a Bronze/Silver Arts Award.The main purpose of thePLEASESoundVISITIdeasWWW.AAASOUNDIDEAS.COMproject is to promote creativity andFORselfMOREexpressionINFOthrough the creationand performance of original music. The project will culminate in a live show at the Royal Northern College ofMusic for friends and family.Contact: Kev / MikeTel: Kev Mob: + 44 (0) 7447 091791 / Mike Mob: + 44 (0) 7971 190013Email: info@aaasoundideas.com16


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsGeneralDesign a Christmas Card CompetitionChildren with Tumours (CWT) is a small charity thatwas established last year - with two aims: to raisemoney to fund research into Neurofibromatosis (Nf)and to run activity camps for children with the geneticdisorder. But CWT is different from all other charities.Why? Because it is a ‘virtual’ charity; there is no office– and there are no overheads! All contact is throughFacebook, Twitter and other social networking sites,thus ensuring that most of all money raised goesdirectly towards camps and research.CWT is celebrating the launch of its first Summer Campfor 30 – 40 children between the ages of 10 and 17. Itis taking place at the PGL Centre, Hindhead, Surrey,and the idea is to give the children a wonderful time,trying many challenging activities, in a safe and secureenvironment. This will help build confidence and selfesteemas well as encouraging friendships amongsttheir peer groups.We have decided to celebrate this milestone with thelaunch of a Design a Christmas Card CompetitionThis is open to pupils of all Primary schools throughoutthe UK - and the winners will see their designs in print!Each child, whose drawing is chosen, will be given sixpacks of Christmas cards - containing only their design –though packs bought on the website will contain all six.We suggest that each school holds their own, internal,competition and submits only the winner – or winners .I know there is a long time to go before Christmas 2013,but by launching the competition now, we hope eachschool will be able to allocate time for the children totake part. There is no age limit, so everyone can enter.To register interest in the competition, and receivefurther details regarding the format in which Christmascards should be presented for judging, pleaseemail: takepart@childrenwithtumours.org and forfurther information about CWT, please go to www.childrenwithtumours.org and take a look at our website.Contact: Roberta TweedyEmail: takepart@childrenwithtumours.orgHeadteachers! Disruptive Behaviour? SEN Needs? Lack ofConcentration in Class? Play Therapy CAN Help!We support children with their emotional health andwell being in schools. Offering play therapy sessionswhere children can explore their feelings using toys andart materials.Why Use Our Service?• Play therapy supports the Every Child Matters Act.• Play therapy supports and can be funded throughyour Pupil Premium .• 70% of children attending play therapy sessions withTPC improved their behaviour/ concentration andgeneral wellbeing last year.• TPC provide all of the necessary resources to set up amobile playroom.• Supporting children with their mental health isjust as important as supporting their educationalachievements in schools.• TPC charges £200 for a full day and works one daya week in each school (unless additional days arerequested). TPC includes all meetings/ paperworkand written reviews within this price- most therapyservices charge per hour.A local primary school Deputy Head recently stated,“Play therapy has become an integral part of our pastoralsupport. We have seen a significant impact on childrenwith SEB difficulties undergoing play therapy.”We would love to increase the awareness of our work,therefore TPC is now contracting with new schools! Soplease DON’T miss out on supporting this importantintervention by emailing Shahana Knight ontpc-therapy@hotmail.co.uk to arrange a meeting todiscuss this further. Contracts are being accepted on afirst come first serve basis.Contact: Shahana KnightTel: 07852 218 782Email: tpc-therapy@hotmail.co.uk17


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsYoung IdentityCreate Write PerformGeneral‘Young Identity: Call out to young people aged 13to 19 to join spoken-word workshops at LongsightLibrary, Crumpsall Library, St John’s Centre andand C. Sharpen your skills at these new spokenwordworkshops and benefit from the expertiseof professional workshop facilitators from YoungIdentity.There will also be opportunities for you to share yourwork with live audiences. We are also willing to helpyoung people with their English homework and todevelop their ability to write and analyse a range ofdifferent text forms such as poetry and short stories.Contact: Reece WilliamsTel: 07932 389 092Email: reece@cultureword.org.uk18


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsGeneralCommitteeUpdate –February 2013This is a regular feature highlightingthe reports submitted by the Directorof Children’s Services, plus any itemsof interest, to the City Council’sExecutive and Scrutiny Committeesduring the previous months.By clicking on the website address listed below, you can access the minutes of the meetings.From May 2012, there are no longer Overview and Scrutiny (OS) committees, and new Scrutiny Committeeshave been formed. The Young People and Children Scrutiny Committee has been established to replace theChildren and Young People Overview and Scrutiny Committee and is linked to the Children’s Board.Young People and Children Scrutiny Committee5 February 2013• Dedicated School Grant• School Budgets 2013-2014• Early Years Transformation UpdateWebsite address for minutes:http://www.manchester.gov.uk/meetings/meeting/1817/young_people_and_children_scrutiny_committee19 February 2013• Children’s Services Business PlanWebsite address for minutes:http://www.manchester.gov.uk/meetings/meeting/2071/young_people_and_children_scrutiny_committeeExecutive13 February 2013• School Budgets 2013-2014Website address for minutes:http://www.manchester.gov.uk/meetings/meeting/1733/executivePlease contact Nicola Clayton for further information on this, or about the committee process in general.Contact: Nicola ClaytonTel: 0161 234 4314Email: n.clayton1@manchester.gov.uk19


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsCircularsNo. Issue date Short title (linked to Word document) Contact StatusFEBRUARY 2013595 25-02-2013 SHINE in Secondary Schools Nick PaulRED07903 559677Attached:SHINE in Manchester information594 25-02-2013 Career Education, Information, Advice and Guidance(CEIAG)Attached:Jock Rodger07803 037500Letter to secondary schools and special schools from Jenny Andrews593 25-02-2013 Copyright licences Alison Francis0161 234 1837Attached:Copyright licensing factsheet592 25-02-2013 Manchester Primary Leadership Conference Lisa Vyas0161 445 4898Attached:1. Primary Head Conference flyer2. Primary Head Conference Booking Form591 18-02-2013 Libraries Consultation 2013-15 Neil MacInnes0161 234 1902590 11-02-2013 Arrangements for the statutory moderation of the EYFSand dates for agreement trialling sessionsAttached:1. Moderation Visit Leaflet2. Cluster Meeting Leaflet589 11-02-2013 Absence Data Half Term 2 - 2012/13 and AttendanceInformationKaren Jarmany07507 269 983Tracey Dunn0161 234 5194Attached: 1. Absence Data Half Term 1 – 2012/132. Absence Data Half Term 2 – 2012/133. Distributive Leadership Model4. Circular Letter 5195. Circular Letter 500588 11-02-2013 Schools Financial Value Standard (SFVS) Emma Maddocks0161 234 5269587 11-02-2013 Business Support for Potential Childcare Providers Lookingto Operate in ManchesterNaeem Akhtar0161 234 3319586 04-02-2013 International Women’s Day – Stem Ambassadors Offer Alex Keelan0161 234 4263585 04-02-2013 Change to School Milk Charges Vanda Mckeon0161 234 4003584 04-02-2013 Manchester Music Hub Funding 2013-2014 Nick Paul07903 559 677583 04-02-2013 School Calendar 2014/2015 Seema Hanware0161 234 4002Attached: Draft School Calendar 2014/ 2015AMBERREDAMBERREDREDREDAMBERREDAMBERGREENREDAMBER20


I n t o u c h w i t h y o u 2 0 1 1 / 2 0 1 2Headline School Service Events Training General CircularsCircularsNo. Issue date Short title (linked to Word document) Contact StatusJanuary 2013582 Indicative Schools Budgets 2013/14 Reena Kohli RED0161 234 4235Attached:1. Schools Indicative Budgets 2013/14 summarising notes2. Schools Indicative Statements spreadsheet 2013/14581 Forthcoming Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) Data Karen Jarmany AMBERCollection Exercise07507 269983Attached:A letter from the CLA about their forth coming data samplingGET IN TOUCHIf you have any interestingnews, events, or indeed you justwant to promote your school orservice, please email your article(150 words max) to us at:Deadline for articles for issue248 by 15 March 2013Deadline for articles for issue249 by 12 April 2013intouchwithyou@manchester.gov.uk21

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