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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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The Opportunities Bulletin for October 2018 has been emailed out and published on the Learn Sheffield website.
The Governance Training & Development offer for 2018/19 has been published on the Learn Sheffield website. All training can be booked via the website.
Principles of an Effective Curriculum is the first in a series of sessions from the Primary Improvement Team to address our primary priorities. It will be held on Tuesday 27 November 2018 (half day) at Learn Sheffield.
A free excel tool which uses the guidance published by the DfE in May 2018 about what schools should publish online. This can be downloaded from the Learn Sheffield website.
The Sheffield Subject Specific Networks were re-launched two years ago. The network programme is included in the Learn Sheffield Subscription, so any subscribing school can send a colleague to any network without any additional charge.

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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.
Our Chief Executive, Stephen Betts, makes the case for fairer funding for Sheffield schools in an article taken from the Sheffield Telegraph.
Mike Fitter from Cohesion Sheffield shares some initial reflections on the Integrated Communities Green Paper from a Sheffield Perspective.

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Learn Sheffield: 08:30 until 10:30
This is the half termly Primary Improvement Board meeting.
The Discovery Centre: 08:30 until 13:00
This is a half termly Heads and Heads of School meeting for schools in locality C of the city.
Sheffield Town Hall: 09:00 until 15:30
This is the SEND conference which has been organised by the Inclusion Taskforce. Keynote speaker is Barry Carpenter.