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Learn Sheffield is a not for profit schools company which is focussed on school improvement and owned by Sheffield’s schools and colleges (who own 80%) in partnership with Sheffield City Council (who own 20%).

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Colleagues from the education sector are welcome to attend these workshops, which are designed to help shape the local area plan and discuss the future of health and social care services in Sheffield.
The latest Opportunities Bulletin (January 2019) has been emailed out to schools and published online. It contains opportunities for all sectors.
Booking information for the Spring Term 1 Leaders' Briefing (Friday 1 February) has been published. The keynote speakers are John Edwards (Regional Schools Commissioner) and a colleague from Huntington Research School who will unlocking the EEF guidance report about parental engagement.
The first Research Led Sheffield twilight of 2019 is taking place tomorrow (4:14pm at the Learn Sheffield Hub). 'Unlocking the recommendations from the Science Guidance Report' will be led by Alister Talbot and Penny Holland from Huntington Research School.
A final training session for those schools unable to attend their own locality based 'Introduction to Graduated SEND Documents' Training , or the previous central training in November, has been arranged. The training is being led by citywide SENCos attached to the Inclusion TaskForce and includes guidance on the use of the new My Plan document and EHCP processes.

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We are seeking to appoint a Director of Strategy and Delivery to join our team. This senior role will be crucial to the growth of Learn Sheffield and will help us to continue to drive improvement for thousands of children and young people across the city.
Learn Sheffield moves into its second year of partnership with Huntington Research School as part of the 'Research Led Sheffield' strategy. The 2018/19 programme has been announced and includes a new programme of twilight information sessions.
A follow up article from our Chief Executive, Stephen Betts, taken from the Sheffield Telegraph. He makes the case that the government needs to find additional funding for education and it needs to use some of that additional funding to target areas which are not receiving a fair share currently.

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Stannington Infant School: 08:30 until 10:30
This is a half termly steering group meeting for locality G Primary leaders.
Bradway Primary School: 08:00 until 10:00
This is a half termly steering group meeting for locality E Primary leaders.
Learn Sheffield: 09:00 until 16:00
This is a 3-day training programme which is a collaboration between Learn Sheffield and Huntington Research School.