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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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The Sheffield Cultural Education Partnership (S-CEP) have released a new newsletter (November 2017). It contains significant dates for the diary (8th December consultation event & 2nd February conference) and updates on what has been happening during the autumn.
The latest version (December 2017) of the Opportunities Bulletin is now available online and via email. It contains opportunities for primary, secondary and special schools in Sheffield.
Two commissions aimed at primary schools have been added to the Learn Sheffield website. They are both related to physical literacy and close on Thursday 21 December, ahead of a January 2018 start. The 'Primary Physical Literacy' commission is from Move More and seeks schools to trial three programmes. The 'imoves active classrooms' commission is looking for schools to provide feedback and evaluation of classroom resources.
The Student Wellbeing Resource has now been launched. It has been developed in partnership by Learn Sheffield, Sheffield City Council and a range of statutory and voluntary sector partners. It aims to support education professionals in their efforts to support children and young people to overcome the barriers to learning that they face.
The next Leaders' Briefing will take place on Wednesday 13 December (8:30-11:00 at the Pennine Lecture Theatre, SHU). The topics will be an update from the Regional Schools Commissioner (John Edwards) and a guide to EEF Resources for schools (James Richardson - EEF & Alex Quigley and Jane Elsworth - Huntington Research School).

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This article provides a review of Sheffield's education performance in 2017. It compares outcomes across the education system (from Early Years to A-level) with national performance and in relation to other core cities and statistical neighbours.
A collaboration between Learn Sheffield, Sheffield City Council and a range of statutory and voluntary sector partners has produced the Student Wellbeing Resource. The resource aims to support education professionals in their efforts to support children and young people and overcome the barriers to learning that they face.
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.

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SHU Owen Building: 08:30 until 11:00
This is the half termly leaders briefing.
SHU Owen Building: 11:00 until 12:00
This is a half termly meeting for primary leaders.
Learn Sheffield: 08:30 until 10:30
This is the half termly Primary Improvement Board meeting.