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Recent Training

  • LASGB Workshop – Wellbeing for Pupils, Staff & Governors

    06 October 2021,

    19:00

    Wellbeing for Pupils ,Staff and Governors | Wednesday 6th. October 2021
    Tickled Trout Hotel , Preston Refreshments 6-30 . Workshop 7pm until 9 pm.

    Wellbeing is the responsibility of us all but how are schools tackling the issue?

    In our first Face to Face workshop since 2019, we will provide a sandwich buffet at 6-30 pm before engaging and informative speakers to include Russell Clark, Headteacher and member of ACSL National Council a leading professional on wellbeing at all levels; Clive Gregory on the role of Wellbeing Governors; and Lorimer Russell-Hayes who will introduce some wellbeing case studies.

    It should be a really interesting evening so book your place on our website . If you are still not comfortable with Face to Face meetings, the workshop recording will be available on our website after the event.

    For the Powerpoint slides from the event, click here

  • Special School Governor Workshop

    19 May 2021,

    19:00
    Special School Governor Workshop

    The Workshop will covered Preparation for Adulthood and PSHE/RHE in the context of Special Schools.

    Our speakers were Gail Beeton and Sarah McEwan respectively.

    There was also a plenary session on Catch Up Funding led by David Bird.

    British Sign Language Interpreters were available to provide support to those who require it.

    Note: The Workshop was be held by ZOOM.

    Materials from the workshop are available here:

    Preparation for Adulthood presentation (Gail Barlow)  –  click here

    PSHE Curriculum Design presentation  –  click here

    Workshop ‘Chat’ transcript  –  click here

    Covid Catch-up Premium presentation  –  click here

  • The support – challenge pendulum during Covid restrictions (Virtual Workshop via ZOOM)

    10 March 2021,

    19:00

    LASGB Virtual Workshop | The support – challenge pendulum during Covid restrictions

    Speaker Neil Yates.

    At work, Neil has been at Lancashire FA for eight years as Head of Safety and Well-being.
    Neil is a National Leader of Governance and has been a school governor for fourteen years and the chair of a primary school for five.
    He is part of the LCC tutor team, writing and delivering training, and conducting reviews of governance.

    (this was a virtual workshop via ZOOM)

    Copy of PowerPoint used is available here as a PDF.

  • Autumn 2019 Workshop – Link (Training) Governor; Who, What and Why?

    21 November 2019,

    19:00

    Autumn 2019 Workshop – Link (Training) Governor; Who, What and Why?

    The informative workshop was delivered by executive members, Lorimer Russel-Hays, Jacquie Williams and David Bennett

    Here are the links to the presentation materials:

    Click here for the presentation slides: Autumn 2019 – Link

    Click here for the Self Review document:

     

    Buffet was available from 6.30pm.

    The workshop was held at at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road
    Preston
    PR5 0UJ

    Click here for map

  • Summer 2019 Workshop – Schools – Emotional Health & Wellbeing

    26 June 2019,

    7:00

    Summer Workshop – Schools – Emotional Health & Wellbeing

    Presentation by Dr Sally Richardson, Head of Inclusion at Lancashire County Council

    and

    Lorimer Russell-Hays

    Refreshments were available from 6.30pm.

    The workshop was at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road
    Preston
    PR5 0UJ

  • Spring 2019 Workshop – Ofsted, The New Framework

    20 March 2019,

    19:00

    Spring Workshop – Ofsted, The New Framework

    Senior HMI, Joanne Ollson discussed the new OfSTED Framework for inspecting schools.

    Refreshments were available from 6.30pm.

    The workshop was at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road
    Preston
    PR5 0UJ

  • Autumn 2018 Workshop – SEND in Mainstream Schools

    10 October 2018,

    19:00

    Autumn Workshop – SEND in Mainstream Schools

    David Bird, Inclusion (SEND) Advisor delivered an informative and engaging evening of updates.

    Refreshments were available from 6.30pm.

    Click here for the presentation slides: Autumn Workshop 2018

    and Sarah’s slides will appear here soon!

    The workshop was at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road
    Preston
    PR5 0UJ

  • Summer 2018 Workshop – Managing Difficult Budgets

    20 June 2018,

    18:30

    Summer Workshop – Managing Difficult Budgets

    This workshop was presented by Neil Smith who is a Financial Advisor to the Lancashire Schools Forum.

    Refreshments were available from 6.30pm.

    Click here for the presentation slides: Summer Workshop 2018

    The workshop will be at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road
    Preston

    Click here for the presentation slides: LASGB_Summer_2018

  • Spring 2018 Workshop – GDPR, A Practitioners Perspective

    21 March 2018,

    19:00

    Spring Workshop – GDPR, A Practitioners Perspective

    The General Data Protection Regulation came into force on 25 May 2018 and replaces the current Data Protection legislation. This is a workshop where we will share a practitioners experience of the preparation required for this important legislation.

    Refreshments were available from 6.30pm.

    The workshop was at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road

    Click here for the presentation slides: GDPR 20189

  • Autumn 2017 Workshop – Safeguarding and Prevent

    23 November 2017,

    19:00

    Autumn Workshop – Safeguarding and Prevent

    Safeguarding and Prevent are key government agendas that we need to be aware of, and this informative workshop provided you with an understanding of these two important pieces of legislation and how it impacts on schools.

    Refreshments were available from 6.30pm.

    The workshop was at:

    The McDonald Tickled Trout
    Preston New Road

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