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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 booklet containing the final information about the Learn Sheffield Subscription Offer 2018-2021 is now available to download from the website.
The April Opportunities Bulletin is out and available to download now.
SAYiT have been commissioned by Sheffield City Council to create the Trans Support Pack. It is designed to support with issues such as recording a students preferred name, providing gender neutral toilets, supporting parents, carers and siblings at the school as well as lesson plans for teachers to help introduce the topic.
The next Learn Sheffield Leaders' Briefing will be taking place on Friday 27th April 2018, 8.30-11.30am at Sheffield Hallam University, Cantor Building, Arundel Street, S1 2NT. Keynote Speakers include Mary Myatt, Alex Quigley and Marc Rowland.
The rearranged date for the Sheffield Governance Conference (originally scheduled for Saturday 3rd March) is Saturday 30th June, 9.30-12.30pm at Sheffield Institute of Education, SHU, Charles Street Building, S1 2ND.

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This article provides a review of Sheffield's education performance in 2017. It compares outcomes across the education system (from Early Years to A-level) with national performance and in relation to other core cities and statistical neighbours.
A collaboration between Learn Sheffield, Sheffield City Council and a range of statutory and voluntary sector partners has produced the Student Wellbeing Resource. The resource aims to support education professionals in their efforts to support children and young people and overcome the barriers to learning that they face.
Local education consultant and former PSHE head Chella Quint has been developing the #periodpositive project to transform how schools address menstruation education, based on research with local pupils, teachers and parents. The aim is for it to be piloted in Sheffield schools and then rolled out nationally in time for the introduction of the new RSE curriculum.

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Dobcroft Infant School: 08:30 until 12:30
This is a half termly headteacher meeting for locality F Primary leaders.
SHU Charles Street Building: 08:40 until 04:00
The Healthy Minds Conference is a Mental Health conference which is taking place on Monday 23rd April at Sheffield Hallam's Institute of Education Building. Keynote speakers include Matthew Hopkinson from the Department for Education.
TBC: 08:00 until 09:00
This is a half termly steering group meeting for locality D Primary leaders.