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Bexley Services Network
Providing a Wealth of Experience
Bexley Services Network (BSN) was introduced to bring together the many traded services offered by the London Borough of Bexley. We offer a wide range of support services to schools, and other educat...
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Training & Events

22
22 Apr
Designated Safeguarding Lead Network
Within this termly network event, Designated Safeguarding Leads, Deputy Safeguarding Leads and any other key personnel involved in setting safeguarding work, are invited to listen to the latest local and national updates, access key training and network with other safeguarding personnel.
25
25 Apr
Paediatric First Aid - KS-PFA-720 ( 25 April & 02 May 2020, 09:30 - 16:00)
Paediatric First Aid training prepares the learner to deal with first aid emergencies involving babies, children and adults. They will also be able to recognise major and minor medical conditions and take appropriate action. The course has been prepared to meet the standard laid out in the Early Years Foundation Stage, making it suitable for those working in any childcare setting.
25
25 Apr
Understanding Childhood Illnesses - UCI-CHT4U-724 ( 25 April 2020, 09:30 - 12:30 )
Learning how to understand the signs, symptoms, transmission, incubation and management of: Chickenpox, German Measles, Measles, Mumps, Tonsillitis, Epiglottis, Scarlet Fever, Hand, foot and mouth disease, Slapped cheek syndrome, Impetigo, Glandular fever, Gastroenteritis, Meningitis, Tetanus, Whooping cough, Croup, Ringworm and Threadworms
29
29 Apr
Women Without Limits: Leadership Essentials for New and Aspiring Senior Women Leaders
Are you a woman who dares to lead? Are you willing to walk the 'hard yards' but lead your people well? Are you willing to be vulnerable in taking the right risks for children and young people even if you walk alone? Do you believe in 'if not you, then who'? Does that all sound massively exciting and a little bit frightening? Then this is the course for you! This women-only leadership cohort will explore what it means to be a great female leader. You’ll learn about and challenge thinking around what outstanding leadership is, the role of personality style and the art of creating incredible people and inspiring cultures. Participants will have the opportunity to learn key coaching skills and tools for honest and, sometimes, difficult conversations as well as exploring some of the challenges women in leadership face in terms of balancing well-being, home responsibilities and career. This is a place to network with other similar inspirational women leaders. Participants have the option of purchasing an MBTI® personality report for £100 which will complement session two. Participants interested in this course should come prepared to share openly and honestly about their vision, leadership strengths, next steps and real-life experiences with this highly trusting and confidential group.
30
30 Apr
EYFSP Agreement Trialling Moderation Workshop -Bexley-710 - (30 April 2020 - 09.30 - 12.30)
The session will include : 1. An overview of the moderation process, looking at the changes and additional guidance within the STA EYFS Profile Handbook 2019. 2. The 2019 ARA statutory document. 3. Good practice regarding moderation. 4. In addition - participants will : • work with the Early Years Moderation Manager to consider the EYFSP exemplification materials for the Early Learning Goals (ELGs) in order to make accurate, secure and robust teacher assessment judgements across the Profile. During the agreement trialling session reference will be made to the Sense Check information and Characteristics of Effective Learning (CELs) to ensure consistency of judgements across the ELGs. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING ALONG : • 3 samples of evidence, ideally 3 children's Learning Journals / Journeys which give an overview of children's learning and development across the Early Learning Goals and / or three samples of writing : one for emerging, one for expected and one (possibly) of exceeding judgements in order to share with other delegates in a moderation exercise (delegates will be expected to participate in discussions / professional dialogues with colleagues about children's achievement sharing anecdotal examples / evidence) • The STA EYFS Profile Handbook 2019 • The Exemplification materials (Oct 2014 updated version)
30
30 Apr
EYFSP Agreement Trialling Moderation Workshop -Bexley-710a - (30 April 2020 - 13.00 - 15.30)
The session will include : 1. An overview of the moderation process, looking at the changes and additional guidance within the STA EYFS Profile Handbook 2019. 2. The 2019 ARA statutory document. 3. Good practice regarding moderation. 4. In addition - participants will : • work with the Early Years Moderation Manager to consider the EYFSP exemplification materials for the Early Learning Goals (ELGs) in order to make accurate, secure and robust teacher assessment judgements across the Profile. During the agreement trialling session reference will be made to the Sense Check information and Characteristics of Effective Learning (CELs) to ensure consistency of judgements across the ELGs. PARTICIPANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BRING ALONG : • 3 samples of evidence, ideally 3 children's Learning Journals / Journeys which give an overview of children's learning and development across the Early Learning Goals and / or three samples of writing : one for emerging, one for expected and one (possibly) of exceeding judgements in order to share with other delegates in a moderation exercise (delegates will be expected to participate in discussions / professional dialogues with colleagues about children's achievement sharing anecdotal examples / evidence) • The STA EYFS Profile Handbook 2019 • The Exemplification materials (Oct 2014 updated version)