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A brief finance update presentation, regarding the Spring Census information, including any updates and/or changes that may occur, with a chance for questions at the end of the short presentation.
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, using the above link, you will receive another confirmation email containing the Zoom link information required to join the meeting. Please check your junk/spam folders, in the first instance, as may end up there.
The closing date is the day before the actual presentation, so please book early enough to receive the Zoom link email confirmation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the education sector having to provide new ways for children to access their learning. It is now more important than ever for to teachers and leaders to unlock the power of technology.
There are a variety of tools available to support schools when teaching remotely or in the classroom.
In this session a Phoenix specialist will guide you through the following:
- Immersive Reader- Translation feature
- Translation in Word
- Present Live Captions in PPT
- Microsoft Translator App
You must have access to Teams to participate in this training. A Teams meeting link to join the training will be emailed to all participants 2 days before the event.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.Essential information
This popular programme is running once more to allow all staff access the proven benefits of practising
mindfulness. Designed and facilitated by our DCEO Cathie Paine and Maggie Farrar, the programme gently introduces delegates to mindfulness practice and the underpinning research.
Working within a supportive network of small groups, delegates are able to discuss and reflect on their progress, to contribute to their own – and others’ – well-being over the course of the programme. Sessions are engaging and draw on a variety of methods and materials to ensure a rich and deep journeyinto mindfulness.
‘The REAch2 Mindfulness Programme has been a fantastic journey for me. With a history of anxiety, I have
found the programme to be hugely beneficial both personally and professionally. Whilst it is not a cure
for mental health issues, it furnishes you with the tools to accept what is in the here and now, reducing
worries and quieting the mind. Worries and stresses don’t go away, but you do learn to treat them as
a passing visitor, letting them go on their way once they’ve said hello! The sessions are delivered with
huge warmth in a “safe” environment where you become part of a wonderful mindfulness community.’
Mindfulness Delegate 2020-21
TARGET AUDIENCE: Mindfulness is open to all REAch2 employees in schools and the Central Team
All sessions are on Zoom and will take place from 15:30-16:30 and 18:00-18:45 for the later evening sessions. Session one will be slightly longer from 15:30-17:00.
Delegates will need to attend all session dates as part of the programme.Essential information
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|1||11 October 2021||15:30 - 17:00||Zoom||Map|
|2||10 November 2021||18:00 - 18:45||Zoom||Map|
|3||02 December 2021||15:30 - 16:30||Zoom||Map|
|4||12 January 2022||18:00 - 18:45||Zoom||Map|
|5||10 February 2022||15:30 - 16:30||Zoom||Map|
|6||02 March 2022||18:00 - 18:45||Zoom||Map|
|7||17 March 2022||15:30 - 16:30||Zoom||Map|
|8||28 April 2022||18:00 - 18:45||Zoom||Map|
|9||17 May 2022||15:30 - 16:30||Zoom||Map|
|10||08 June 2022||18:00 - 18:45||Zoom||Map|
|11||30 June 2022||15:30 - 16:30||Zoom||Map|