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Bi-Weekly newsletter of 🙋🏻‍♂️ 👂 - Issue #5

I hope that you had a good weekend.
As promised, here are the updates for you. There’s quite a few this week!

Upcoming Events:
FREE CPD Session TOMORROW: Building Character Education, 10 am Tuesday 14th June.
For: Teachers, PSHE and SEMH Leads, SLT.
We will be discussing building character education with Amazing People Schools.
Twitter Spaces - FREE LIVE Session every Tuesday at 7:30 pm. Just find our account, and click on our logo to tune into the weekly topics. 
ResearchEd Norwich
Join Jonathan and I as we discuss Building Effective Habits and Routines on Saturday 25th June at Sewell Park Academy. It’s going to be an inspiring and insightful day, and we are delighted to be one of the speakers at the event. Tickets are just £30 (including lunch!) and available here.
Updates from the DFE:
Academy Trust Standards - Schools Bill Factsheet
The current regulatory framework is now out-of-date. It was designed for a smaller group of academies, not a fully trust-led system encompassing thousands of schools.’
Early-career payments for teachers
Between September and January, eligible chemistry, languages, mathematics and physics teachers can apply for early-career payments
Levelling up premium payments for teachers
Mathematics, physics, chemistry and computing teachers can claim payments for teaching in eligible state-funded secondary schools in their first 5 years.
Teachers: claim back your student loan repayments
Between September and January eligible biology, chemistry, physics, computing and languages teachers can claim back student loan repayments made while employed as a teacher.
Complete your school census:
International qualified teacher status (iQTS): inspection policy
The Department for Education (DfE) has launched a new international teaching qualification, international qualified teacher status (iQTS).
Schools, pupils and their characteristics: January 2022
Statistics on pupils in schools in England as collected in the January 2022 school census.
Statistics: school and pupil numbers
Statistics on the number and characteristics of schools and pupils.
Free school meals: guidance for schools and local authorities
Guidance for schools and local authorities about providing school meals including information on free school meal eligibility.
Pupil premium
Information on pupil premium funding, how school leaders can use it effectively and pupil premium strategy statements.
HeadteacherChat News:
Unlock the Power of Film in the Classroom
Into Film+ is the UK’s first free* streaming platform dedicated to film and designed for all school settings, allowing educators to screen a wide range of classic and new release films in classroom and extra-curricular settings. Developed with and for schools, Into Film+ brings learning to life, providing curriculum-linked films and resources that support learning outcomes for pupils aged 5-19.
Into Film+ supports Into Film, the UK’s leading charity for film in education, whose ultimate aim is to help teachers achieve a range of effective learning outcomes in their use of film, through online teaching resources and training, careers information, cinema screenings and a network of extra-curricular film clubs.
*Screenings of Filmbankmedia’s films for an entertainment or extra-curricular purpose require a Public Video Screening Licence (PVSL) from Filmbankmedia. State-funded schools in England are covered by the PVSL. Into Film+ was created in partnership with Filmbankmedia who are our principal content, licensing and streaming technology provider.
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