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Educational Visits
Educational Visits Support
Competent advice and support for any issue relating to an educational visit.

The advice and support will come from Educational Visit Advisers who are members of the Outdoor Education Panel, and who...
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Do you need a cash collection before then end of term?
01 Jul
G4S have requested any sites who require a collection before the end of term must email G4S directly to ensure a collection is made. Please ensure you use the below information: Details required when requesting a collection: 1. Email your request to g4scustomerservices@uk.g4s.com 2. Email Subject Line to read - Collection - DD/MM/YYYY 3. Contract Number: 2230674 4. Full address of collection site 5. Amount to be collected 6. (Delete as appropriate) Please resume my regular service / This is a one-off request 7. Date required NB: Please note requests can take up to 7 days to action.
Display Energy Certificate
23 Jun
Display Energy Certificate (DEC) For users of BCC Utilities framework. Please note Inspired Energy do not produce your DEC certificate however can supply the invoice/ usage data that your usual provider will need in order to supply your certificate. To request your school’s data only email : bcchelpdesk@inspiredenergy.co.uk
Educational Psychology Service COVID-19 Resources
22 Jun
The Educational Psychology Service (EPS) has produced a range of resources to support school staff and parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our latest resource for parents and carers is a video on building children's resilience. Resilience is the ability to bounce back during difficult times. In the video, two of our Educational Psychologists describe what resilience is and through the use of case studies describe how parents and carers can help their child build resilience. Watch: Building your child's resilience during COVID-19 We also have: General resources including information on our parent and carer telephone support line Resources for school staff and other professionals
Property Log Book
09 Jun
Please find attached a copy of the Property Log Book.
BCC Policy and Guidance for Educational Visits and Learning Outside of the Classroom 2020
09 Jun
Please find attached the revised BCC Policy and Guidance for Educational Visits and Learning Outside of the Classroom 2020.
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Training & Events

07
07 Jul
Secondary RSHE Webinar: Building RSHE Foundations
The aim of the session is to 1. Building Backwards-A structured spiral approach to teaching RHSE 2. Key Stage Progression and topics- Data/ health statistics 3. Content - what do we include? What do we consider? Guidelines and National framework. 4. Challenging topics and points to consider, strategies to use 5. Curriculum design - dropdown days/ supporting external agencies 6. Assessment- Including pre and post assessment opportunities into lessons.
09
09 Jul
Secondary RSHE Webinar: RSHE Inclusivity and Equality
This session will explore 1. Inclusive curriculum that includes incorporation of protected characteristics 2. Health and Mental wellbeing - Golden thread of the curriculum 3. Relationships developing age appropriate strategies to deal with challenging relationships 4. Safeguarding concerns, disclosures 5. Support services safe spaces and the recovery curriculum
14
14 Jul
All Schools RSHE Webinar: Primary RSHE Q&A
1. Explore some of the issues being experienced by colleagues in the profession 2. Building in culture and ethics 3. Services that support classroom practitioners 4. What additional support would help teachers to deliver this curriculum?
16
16 Jul
All Schools RSHE Webinar: Special schools & PRU settings RSHE Q&A
This session will explore 1. Building a bespoke curriculum - broad Spectrum of need. 2. Foundational content What is suitable? Choosing material Micro steps development 3. Health and Mental wellbeing - Golden thread of the curriculum 4. Skills based model Developing skills 5. Safeguarding concerns, disclosures Support services and safe spaces and the recovery curriculum
16
16 Jul
All Schools RSHE Webinar: Secondary RSHE Q&A
1. Explore some of the issues being experienced by colleagues in the profession 2. Building in culture and ethics 3. Services that support classroom practitioners 4. Policy and practice 5. What additional support would help teachers to deliver this curriculum?