Welcome to Learn Sheffield

Learn Sheffield is focussed on school improvement. We will support a school-led system to deliver improvement through partnerships, and improve outcomes for the children and young people of Sheffield. We are a not for profit schools company which is owned by Sheffield’s schools and colleges (who own 80%) in partnership with Sheffield City Council (who own 20%).

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The Sheffield Young Artists Competition 2017 has been launched - schools can register now (paintings are not required until 28 February 2017).
Healthwatch Sheffield would like to give you the opportunity to help improve the health and social care services that children and young people use in Sheffield.
Do you know a young carer who is isolated and in need of a break? Is lack of money stopping them from getting much-needed respite? If so, the Young Carers Activity Fund could help.

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A briefing on the likely impact of the Apprenticeship Levy and Public Sector Target on Sheffield schools.
A briefing on the updated CME (Children Missing in Education) guidance. This briefing has been written by John Bigley, Manager, Admissions and Access from Sheffield City Council.
Sheffield City Council have announced that the 2017-18 school calendar will include a fixing of the holiday at the end of the spring term (currently called Easter) to the first two weeks of April.

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Hucklow Primary School: 13:30 until 15:30
This is a half termly Heads meeting for locality B Primary leaders.
Learn Sheffield: 13:00 until 16:00
This is a half termly meeting for Heads of Special schools in Sheffield.
Sheffield Assay Office: 08:30 until 10:30
This is a half termly Heads meeting for locality G Primary leaders.

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