May 2020 News Letter South Bristol Children’s Centres
St. Pauls Nursery School and Children's Centre were delighted to welcome the Mayor, Marvin Rees, to the St Pauls Food Club on Wednesday, which is supported by the Family Support Team at Central Bristol Children’s Centres. Read More
It is being widely reported in the news that the level of domestic violence during the lockdown period has drastically risen, including deaths due to domestic violence or abuse. Refuge, the national domestic violence charity saw a 700% increase in their website views...
The Secretary of State for Education announced on 18th March 2020, that the 2019/2020 National Curriculum assessments will not take place due to the coronavirus pandemic. This cancellation includes the early years foundation stage ( EYFS) Profile for the 2019/2020...
The DfE published its Reception baseline assessment validity report on 27th February 2020.
The new ARA ( Early Years Foundation Stage Assessment and Reporting Arrangements) booklet for 2020 has just been released
EYFS Profile Moderation Cluster meetings
Case study: How a local network helped Bristol achieve a 10% male workforce.
Two new Ofsted handbooks have been published describing main activities Ofsted inspectors carry when they conduct inspections from September 2019; one for schools and one for EY Providers registered under sections 49 and 50 of the Childcare Act 2006....
Read the April 2019 newsletter here.
Sian is the Early Years Lead Teacher at Fairlawn Primary School. The inner-city school is a relatively new school, having opened originally in 2015 on the site of a Victorian grammar school and is part of the Venturers Trust. There are two reception classes with...
Please click here to see the Bristol Standard Validation results for May 2019.
How you can use your Bristol Standard to support your Ofsted visit – download this useful article.
The new Bristol Standard leaflet is now available here to download and print. The leaflet provides useful information for parents, governors and committees and can be very supportive in promoting your Bristol Standard journey.
The 6th edition of the Bristol Standard was launched in the conference hall on Thursday (22 February) at City Hall during a Learning City event to celebrate those practitioners who have shown a dedication to self-evaluation and reflective practice over the past year....