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Learn Sheffield is a not for profit schools company which is focussed on school improvement and owned by Sheffield’s schools and colleges (who own 80%) in partnership with Sheffield City Council (who own 20%).

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Sheffield-based comedian, artist, education researcher and former head of PSHE Chella Quint is inviting local primary and secondary schools to take part in a free pilot project from #periodpositive, supported by Learn Sheffield and Sheffield City Council.
Inherited Cities is a fantastic opportunity for 3 secondary schools and their students. In July 2018, Third Angel and Sheffield Theatres will present Inherited Cities, a performance that explores a vision for the future based on the reality of today. This will be a high profile performance in The Crucible Studio and Sheffield city centre by young people for young people and a truly unique learning opportunity for all involved. Inherited Cities is a Third Angel and Sheffield Theatres collaboration and made possible by funding from Arts Council England. This will enable this opportunity to be FREE to each of the three schools (actual cost £5000)!
An opportunity to express an interest in taking part in the DIMENSIONS exhibition of Art, Craft, Design and Technology. Receive teacher support and possibly future CPD along with access to collaborative networks. Also take part in the 'Create a canapé competition!
The latest version (October 2017) of the Opportunities Bulletin is now available online and via email. It contains 12 pages of opportunities for primary, secondary and special schools in Sheffield.
The details for this years Subject Network meetings are now released and are available on the Learn Sheffield website.

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Local education consultant and former PSHE head Chella Quint has been developing the #periodpositive project to transform how schools address menstruation education, based on research with local pupils, teachers and parents. The aim is for it to be piloted in Sheffield schools and then rolled out nationally in time for the introduction of the new RSE curriculum.
The 2017-2018 Sheffield Priorities Development Programme was launched in July 2017. It provides an overview of the partnerships that are driving educational improvement in Sheffield and the opportunities for schools and academies to engage with key strategies.
Learn Sheffield have published an updated version of the Sheffield Priorities for May 2017. It includes action planning for the key strategies which relate to each of the priority themes.

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The Discovery Centre: 08:30 until 13:00
This is a half termly Heads and Heads of School meeting for schools in locality C of the city.
Learn Sheffield: 08:30 until 10:30
This is the half termly Primary Improvement Board meeting.
Learn Sheffield: 14:30 until 16:30
These regular meetings are for LALs to meeting and discuss shared ideas and provide national updates.