Following feedback from schools last term, Training Times has been rebranded over the summer, and is now The Exchange. The September/October edition of the paper is now in schools, with a spotlight on radicalisation, and September Ofsted changes alongside Hertfordshire schools’ and HfL news.
As you will notice, the paper is now slightly smaller, and has been redesigned by HfL’s graphic designer, Niall Hargrave. There are more news stories, more Hertfordshire schools’ stories, and you will now receive the paper folded to make it easier to handle in the staffroom.
This HfL monthly newspaper has something for governors and staff based in schools, whether looking for a little light reading on current educational news or for courses to further your professional development.
This edition also includes:
Hertfordshire’s success in Stonewall Equality Index 2015
the right to be forgotten!
Exchanging Excellence – Closing the gap and a Hemel schools’ Transition project
HfL’S maths fluency project
top ideas for use in the classroom
… and much more!
Do you have something you want us to cover? Get in touch!
The July 2015 edition of Training Times is now in schools, with a spotlight on mental health, Exchanging Excellence and our Vulnerable Groups Achievement team alongside the usual HfL and schools’ news.
mental health – the pressures facing young people: ‘Homework ban to save pupils from depression’, read one headline in The Times last month; ‘Give children a good start in life’, pleaded top national mental health organisations to the new government in the wake of the general election.
new Head of School Recruitment Services has now joined HfL: Justine Hammond joined HfL on 1st July.
Exchanging Excellence – an impressive journey from RI to outstanding at Brockswood: The school is one of the first in the country to move straight from RI to outstanding between only two inspections under the current framework.
HfL’s first Investor in Parents award winners, Newberries Primary: Anna Traxon, Headteacher, commented “We are delighted to have been awarded with Investor in Parents status and to be the first school in Hertfordshire to receive the accolade.”
National Conference for school business managers: Organised by HfL last month, this national conference on the topic of being creative and inspirational during times of challenge & change, had three keynote speakers and 12 workshops.
…and much more!
Following feedback from the recent Training Times survey, we are currently reviewing and refreshing the format, content and name of this publication for September.
If your chair of governors would like to receive extra copies for the governing body please get in touch. We welcome any feedback or content suggestions for future editions. Please contact our Journalist Jessica Broadbent at email@example.com with your feedback or if you would like your school to be included.
… is the Headline Article for the recent edition of Training Times now out in schools, reporting on HfL’s first National Conference held on 3rd December 2014, focussing on “preparing young people for life in modern Britain” and opened by Sir Trevor McDonald OBE.
This bumper January/February edition also spotlights HfL’s Financial Services for Schools team, reports on some upcoming events and a comprehensive training programme overview, as well as numerous news updates and introducing HfL’s new Coaching Service. The link to the online version is:
This Herts fro Learning (HfL) monthly newspaper has something for governors and staff based in schools, whether looking for a little light reading on current educational news or for courses to further your professional development. It aims to keep you up to date with what’s on offer from HfL, to share news from local schools, explore current issues from the education sector and to inform you a little more about your Schools’ Company – who we are and what we do.
If you are in a Hertfordshire school and your chair of governors would like to receive extra copies for the governing body please get in touch with Jessica Broadbent at firstname.lastname@example.org with your feedback or if you would like your school to be included.