Thames Valley Police is committed to working with our partners to reduce domestic abuse harm and have developed a process called Operation Encompass in order to notify schools that a pupil has witnessed Domestic Abuse and may need additional welfare support at school.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Head of Music Service, Laura Lancaster, for the attention of all Headteachers in Slough.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Communication Officer, Sandy Dhaliwal, for the attention of Secondary Schools.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Early Years and Development Service Lead, Michael Jarrett, for the attention of all Early Years settings.
Slough has committed to emotional wellbeing as one of their priorities for 2018/2019. There are a range of activities and services in place in and across Slough to support emotional wellbeing of our staff and students in school. We will be updating on this page as these projects evolve over the coming months.
The Choices Programme is a modular scheme of work delivered across key stages two and three with sessions that build week-by-week. The sessions are designed to provoke challenging conversations and bolster personal resilience. The result is a fun, interactive learning experience that uses a combination of immersive technology and engaging activities to explore complex ideas, while providing opportunities to critically reflect and develop strategies for everyday life.
The UK Youth Parliament (UKYP) gives the young people of the UK an opportunity to be involved in a democratic process at a national level; it represents no party political view. There are currently 300 elected Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs). UKYP has a rolling programme of activities across the year, including leadership training, an annual conference, House of Commons sitting and regional meetings. Nationally, the views of young people are represented in the UKYP manifesto, which contains statements on the issues MYPs think are most important. To view the UKYP manifesto, please go to www.ukyouthparliament.org.uk.
TeachSlough is committed to recruiting innovative and inspiring trainee teachers in both the primary and secondary sector for Slough schools. Working in partnership with the University of Reading, we offer a high-quality training provision, developing creative, reflective and passionate educational practitioners to enthuse our next generation.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Community Programme Development Officer, Gabrielle Koenig, for the attention of Secondary Schools, Drama Teachers, English Teachers and PSHE Teachers.
This article has been brought to you by Slough Borough Council's Active Communities Officer, Clare Donald, for the attention of Secondary Headteachers and Heads of Sixth Form.