For You, as a Teacher

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The Learn Sheffield website has plenty of relevant content for you if you are a teacher in a Sheffield school or academy.

If you are a subject leader, then you may be interested in the termly Subject Networks. Wherever possible, held in the same week so that schools and academies have the option of having a week each term when the staff team attend the networks across the city. If you have responsibility for the school website then you may also be interested in the website compliance checker that can be downloaded from the resources section.

The Student Wellbeing Resource can also be found in the resources section. The resource has been developed by Learn Sheffield, Sheffield City Council and a range of providers to support colleagues to meet the needs of vulnerable pupils. It provides information about a range of barriers that children and young people may face. Each section provides an overview of the barriers, some best practice advice, and links to available resources and local provision.

If you teach in Y1, Y2 or Y6 then the Primary Assessment and Moderation programme includes assessment and moderation training, including statutory moderation briefings and training sessions.

The training and events section of the website includes the Research Led Sheffield offer, which includes a range of research twilight sessions, and a leadership programme, which would be of interest to aspiring leaders. It is also worth keeping an eye on the conferences page, which will include the Eat Smart Sheffield conference and an RE conference later in the year.

If you are teaching computing or online safety then the eLearning service webpage has links to access those schemes of work, which are free to Learn Sheffield subscribing schools.

PartnershipsThere are an array of other partners who may be of interest but, for example, you may want to look more closely at information about PE, School Sport & Physical Activity on the PESSPA Alliance pages (which includes the new PESSPA Primary Toolkit) or find out more about Eat Smart Sheffield or the SACRE pages to access RE resources.

To find out more about Learn Sheffield itself, including information about the Learn Sheffield Board and the team, visit the ‘About Us’ section on the homepage. Remember too that the website homepage also contains the latest news, the calendar and articles which may be of interest.

More generally, you may find the Opportunities Bulletin (which comes out monthly) and the Leaders’ Updates (which comes out termly) interesting – and you can follow us on twitter: @learnsheffield.

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