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Summer 1 Leader Briefing Out
Published: 27 May 2021
This half term's online leader briefing has been published. It includes a key note from Mary Myatt as well as some recommended content and updates on the South Yorkshire Climate Conference, the impact of Covid on physical activity and the latest public health situation report.
June 2021 Opportunities Bulletin Out Today
Published: 26 May 2021
The June edition of our opportunities bulletin is out today and available for school staff to view. As always, it contains lots of great opportunities from our partners and other organisations that schools may wish to take advantage of.
2021/22 Briefings: Additional Date Added
Published: 25 May 2021
An additional briefing has been added to the programme of briefings about 2021/22 in the first week after the half term holiday. The session on Friday 11 June (1:30-2:30 pm) is in addition to the briefing for each partnership group.
Eat Smart Sheffield Spring 2021 Newsletter Now Out
Published: 2 May 2021
Our partner organisation Eat Smart Sheffield has now released their Spring 2021 newsletter, it it you will find updates about the programme as well as information about key partners.
Summer Term Governance Briefing 5th May
Published: 1 May 2021
Governance briefing sessions are free to all governors and trustees and are designed to keep everyone involved in governance up to speed. These briefings will summarise key local and national content, so that those involved in governance in Sheffield are well informed and supported.
May 2021 Opportunities Bulletin Now Live
Published: 30 April 2021
The May edition of our opportunities bulletin is now live and available for school staff to view. This contains lots of great opportunities from our partners and other organisations that schools may wish to take advantage of.
Spring 2 Leader Briefing Published
Published: 1 April 2021
This half term's online leader briefing has been published. It includes updates on Social and Emotional Learning, the new Early Years Framework, HAF, IAPT, the National Tutoring Programme, Beat the Streets & Primary RSHE training.
Beat the Street - Sheffield Schools Invited to Join!
Published: 22 March 2021
Find out more about how your school can get involved with Beat the Street, a fun and free walking and cycling game which gets staff, pupils and their families out and about in their local area with the aim of boosting children's physical and mental health post-lockdown.

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