Education is full of innovations and ‘big new things’ but what really matters is that pupils get the right support at the right time. Margaret Mulholland will explore inclusion techniques to ensure pupils with SEND do not face barriers with other children in the classroom and Kit Messenger (Genius Within) will speak about changing approaches to support neurodiverse young people in schools. Join us for a unique day exploring SEND provision in School, strategies to support learners with SEND and developing best practice around SEND!
To book please ring 0333 300 1900 or email email@example.com quoting booking code SENIS-1018-T007
SEND in the Early Years Study Day: Early Communication
Suitable for Early Years Practitioners, EY SENCO’s,Teachers, Teaching Assistants & Childminders - this Study Day will look at Early Communication and how we can support children in Early Years Settings. This full day training will include a keynote speech delivered by our guest speaker Libby Hill from Small Talk Ltd. Workshops: Libby Hill: Auditory Memory and its importance for language, Sue Morgan: How Makaton can help, SENCO & OFSTED updates and opportunities for networking.
This course will enable you to:
• Understand and support Early Communication.
• Network with colleagues.
• Be up to date with EY SENCO and keyworker role.?
Book your place
SEND in the Early Years Study Day: Early Communication - £99+VAT
29th March 2019, 09:00-15:15, Entrust, The Riverway Centre, Riverway, Stafford, ST16 3TH
Booking code: SENIS-0319-T011
Please call 0333 300 1900 or visit www.entrust-ed.co.uk/courses to book your place.?
***Early Bird Offer £60+VAT if booked by Friday 7th Sept, normal price is then £99+VA?***
Advice and guidance for students receiving their A Level results
Entrust offers advice
and guidance to students receiving their A Level results
Entrust Careers Advisers will be on hand to support
Staffordshire pupils receiving their A Level results on Thursday 16 August.
Commissioned by Staffordshire schools, the Entrust team will
be available to talk to students about their results and their next steps. Any
students who need follow-up advice and support, will be able to contact the
team by calling 0333 300 1900, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can also call the national exam results helpline,
operated by the National Careers Service, on 0800 100 900 between the hours of
8am - 10pm.
Chris Blackwell, Chief Executive Officer of Entrust, said “Our Careers Advisers offer young people
access to expert advice and guidance to help them make well-informed decisions
about their future. Every student has different skills, values, qualifications,
aspirations and motivations and the team draw on those individual qualities to
help them tailor their advice and guidance, motivate students and ultimately
inspire futures. On behalf of Entrust, I would like to wish all students
receiving their A Level results the best of luck.”
Janet Kemp, Careers Adviser at Entrust, has provided her top
ten tips for surviving results day:
panic and try and get a good night’s sleep. Stress and tiredness are not a good
try to be in the country on results day if possible. Dealing with any unplanned
situations if you are on holiday isn’t ideal.
you have applied to university check Track before you collect your results.
Track opens at 8am on Thursday 16th August.
worry if your Track status hasn’t updated straight away.
be disappointed if you haven’t been accepted at your first choice! Remember the
reason you picked your second choice over the others. You are likely to be just
as happy there! If you really know that you won’t be happy then all is not
lost. Talk to teachers and advisers and discuss what your options are.
a back-up plan. This could be a list of courses and/or
universities you want to approach via clearing. You may want to consider
resits or formulate a plan of action to seek a different apprenticeship/ route.
Don’t think of it as being negative. Its sensible! Research your plan ‘B’
before you get your results so that you don’t make major life decisions in a
moment of panic.
your teachers and careers advisers. They are experienced at how best to
approach any unforeseen situations regarding your results and are on hand in
school to support at this time. Talk to them and try to resist the urge to
slope back home when there is so much help on hand.
could consider a gap year? A good constructively planned gap year can look good
on a CV or personal statement. However, a year out drifting or hoping that your
goal in life will suddenly come to you isn’t as positive.
rush any decisions. Assess your options whether things have gone better or
worse than planned. If you are choosing a new option or university, then you
may not have researched or visited as you did with your initial choices so
think things through.
going to university? Your exam results can still help stand you in good stead
for apprenticeships and other routes. Results aren’t everything though and they
are just part of what you have to offer. Relevant work experience, volunteering
and the range of skills and qualities you have are all vitally important to help
you to progress in learning and work. Take some time to think about what YOU
have to offer and then seek some advice.
Careers Advisers will be available on results day in Alleynes Academy, Cardinal
Griffin Catholic High School, Cheslyn Hay Sport and Community High School,
Coppice Academy, Erasmus Darwin Academy, Haywood Academy, King Edwards VI High
School Stafford, Leek Federation, Nether Stowe High School, Norton Canes High
School, Paget High School, St John Fisher Catholic College, Thomas Alleynes
High School, Weston Road Academy and Wolgarston High School.
Entrust to support nearly 10,000 young people to develop vital life skills
This summer, Entrust will support nearly 10,000 young people to complete the National Citizen Service.
The National Citizen Service (NCS) is a personal and social development programme for 15-17 year olds in England and Wales.
It brings together young people from different backgrounds and helps them develop greater confidence, self-awareness and responsibility. It encourages personal and social development by working on skills like leadership, teamwork and communication. Participants develop a social action project to deal with a local issue they’re passionate about and spend 30 hours putting the project into action in their community.
Working on behalf of The Challenge, APM, University of the First Age, Learn by Design, Catch 22 and Leicester Education Business Company, Entrust are delivering the first phase of the project to one in every ten young people on the programme nationally.
The first phase, known as ‘adventure’, involves a five-day, four-night residential based away from home where young people are introduced to new experiences including rock climbing, sailing, surfing, walking and caving.
Delivered over nine sites across Staffordshire, Pembrokeshire, Lancashire and the Peak District, Entrust will work with the young people to develop vital life skills including communication, leadership, decision making, empathy, confidence and independence.
Simon James, Chief Operating Officer at Entrust, said “National Citizen Service is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and Entrust are proud to be playing such a vital role in the delivery of the project. The adventure phase challenges the young people to reach new heights and to build the skills, confidence and the independence they need to prosper in the future.”
Further information about The National Citizen Service can be found attached.
Entrust Course Directory September 2018 - August 2019
Entrust Course Directory September 2018 - August 2019