The Supply Service offers the provision of supply staff across a range of roles within school and education settings. Teachers have QTS, Support Staff have an appropriate range of different qualifications and experience depending upon the roles they carry out within settings. Most of our TA’s have as a minimum Level 2 English and Maths together with relevant experience. All appropriate checks and controls have been carried out prior to placement on the supply list (Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Teaching Regulation Agency status check, references, interview).
Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning Service
This service provides access to specialist advice, guidance and support (via the designated Educational Visits and Outdoor Learning Officer) regarding the management and leadership of educational visits to help schools meet their legal obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) and associated regulations, such as the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, and the Children Act (2004) and to promote and support all forms of learning outside the classroom.
Prevention is better than cure and you should ensure your premises remain pest free as infestations can cause:
• Health risks – including salmonella, leptospirosis and stress
• Fires & structural damage
• Damage to IT equipment – causing valuable downtime until repaired
• Damage to school stock – stationary & sports equipment
• Reputation of school damaged if infestation is widespread
• Higher cost of pest eradication if treatment is delayed or not identified.
The pest control service provides for preventative and responsive pest control.
East Riding Safeguarding Children Partnership training
East Riding Safeguarding Partnership (ERSP) inter-agency training programme offers an exciting and challenging series of courses addressing the multiple and complex range of issues that may compromise the welfare of children living in East Riding.
ERSP is committed to delivering high-quality inter-agency training which supports professionals, volunteers and the independent sector in their work, complimenting individual agency training strategies. Our range of courses and briefings are designed to ensure that anyone working with children and/or their family members has the knowledge and skills they need to deliver effective services to ensure children are safeguarded and their welfare promoted.
In the programme, you will see a mix of well-established and new learning opportunities all of which are informed by national guidance and legislation, local policy, procedures and guidance, and ERSCP Learning and Improvement Framework.
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