More than 1,000 school children in Rossington, Doncaster, have been educated about a targeted recycling project in their village as part of the local authority’s efforts to improve its levels of recycled materials.
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A-Z of pages for School Governors and people who want to be a School Governor.
Information on schools, colleges and alternate provision providers for young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and their carers.
A list of all the training courses that Doncaster Corporate Health & Safety Training Team provide for members of the public. Course dates below:
This one-day training course (previously called appointed persons) will help you meet your regulatory requirements if your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace.
Our mission - To provide local, accessible learning that improves wellbeing, skills and knowledge of adults, their families and communities.
More than ever the Covid 19 pandemic has highlighted the important role that parents and carers play in supporting their children with their learning and all-round development. You find yourselves being asked to support with online learning but do not always know where to start, the terminology and methods are new to you - well we are here to help. Join in one of our many workshops or sign up for a longer course in subjects such as Phonics, Maths4Parents or Supporting Reading Skills.
Children missing education are children of compulsory school age who are not registered pupils at a school and are not receiving suitable education otherwise than at a school. Children missing education are at significant risk of underachieving, being victims of harm, exploitation or radicalisation, and becoming NEET (not in education, employment or training) later in life.
There is a clear link between attendance and attainment. Being in school is important to a child’s achievement, wellbeing, and wider development. Evidence shows that the students with the highest attendance throughout their time in school gain the best GCSE and A Level results.