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The Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Service has developed specific guidance to enable you to ensure that the mental wellbeing of employees can be met.
Update on what is acceptable to use as ID for a DBS check if your new passport hasn't arrived.
Coventry children can read lots of books over the summer with Coventry Libraries’ free ebook service.
With increased focus being placed on schools to increase reading for pleasure amongst their pupils Coventry School Library Service has developed a new package which will support schools in doing this.
Giving children access to books, resources and their school library are important to try and maintain during this period.
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is heading online with the Silly Squad – but we need your children’s help.
This year’s Summer Reading Challenge will move online to help Coventry children read six books over the summer holidays.
The Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Service has developed COVID-19 specific risk assessment and guidance to support vulnerable employees within local authority schools.
COVID-19 risk assessment checklists.
PPE guidance for staff and providers working within local authority, education, community and social care settings.
This term, Coventry Educational Psychology Service is offering direct telephone support to parents and carers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Occupational Health, Safety and Wellbeing Service has developed COVID-19 specific guidance to enable you to ensure that health and safety requirements continue to be met during the pandemic.
Guidance to help schools and other educational settings who still have direct contact with pupils on their premises, to consider arrangements for first aid cover in the workplace during COVID-19/
With increased focus being placed on schools to increase reading for pleasure amongst their pupils, Coventry School Library Service has developed new packages designed to support schools to do this.
To accompany the UK tour of A Monster Calls, the company are running The Monster Writing Challenge, seeking short stories from young people aged between 10 – 25.
Belgrade Theatre presents the Young Company in 'Like There's No Tomorrow', which gives voice to young people’s concerns about the climate and asks whether we should care about the earth we live on.
The booking for the third Schools ICT Conference on Wednesday 5 February 2020 is open. There will be many exciting workshops, guest speakers and sneak previews of up and coming developments.
The directory of schools and other educational establishments has been updated.
We are offering a range of FREE workshops for schools to accompany our co-production of Crongton Knights which runs from Sat 8 – Sat 22 Feb.
Training sessions are being held over the next two terms for staff with responsibility for their school’s library or for literacy.
ICT services will be performing essential network maintenance on Saturday 14 December between 9:00 and 12:00 which could affect schools' internet access and services.
Coventry Transport Museum and the V&A are looking for 3 state-funded secondary schools to take part in 2019/2020 DesignLab Nation projects.
Take advantage of the schools earlybird offer for Puss in Boots at the Belgrade Theatre before it ends on Monday 30 September.
Places are available on a new Occupational Health course called 'Management of Allegations (understanding role of the LADO)'.
Free CPD for Secondary Art teachers. Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Thursday 7th November 2019 4.30-6.30 pm.
We still have a number of places available on school's health and safety training courses between September and December 2019.