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Good morning,
I hope that you are all well. As always, here are the latest updates for you.

IT'S BEEN INSPIRATIONAL!
Last Thursday’s HeadteacherChat Inspiring School Leaders Conference was truly amazing!
We cannot thank you all enough!
✎ 17 Inspirational keynote speakers
✎ Meeting ‘Geoff and Margaret’
✎ 38 high quality exhibitors
✎ Time to reflect and refocus
✎ Time to connect with others
We will be sharing snippets from the day, so if you missed it or want to remind yourself, make sure you follow our social media channels.
We are now busy planning our next event…..watch this space!
Here are all of the important updates for you:
Updates from the DFE:
Guidance to help schools and governance boards develop their approach to teachers’ and school leaders’ pay.
Guidance on how to complete the self assessment form with the essential core criteria and supporting information.
This handbook supports EYFS practitioners in making accurate judgements about each child’s attainment.
Primary school pupils to benefit from phonics and literacy teaching thanks to new government funding
How school staff can develop a behaviour policy.
Guidance for headteachers, teachers and test administrators involved in administering the key stage 2 national curriculum tests.
Guidance for headteachers, teachers and test administrators involved in administering the national curriculum tests for key stage 1.
Guidance for schools and local authorities involved in the administration and moderation of statutory key stage 1 (KS1) teacher assessment (TA) in 2023.
For teachers to use as an assessment tool for pupils working below the standard of national curriculum tests.
For teachers to make statutory teacher assessment judgements for pupils at the end of KS1.
Latest from OFSTED
Ofsted, CQC and HMICFRS have published guidance for the thematic focus on early help for families, as part of their programme of joint targeted area inspections (JTAIs).
News from our EduNetwork
Education Support’s school leader peer groups can help to improve your wellbeing, and enable you to be the best leader possible. If this sounds great, but you’re left wondering how it works, or what the sessions are like, then look no further.
Join their webinar on Thursday 13 October at 4pm to get a taste of the service and how you can benefit. You will:
  • Hear from Matt Quigley, a primary headteacher about his experiences and how he and found it beneficial both for his own wellbeing and his role as a leader.
  • Find out from our expert facilitator and former headteacher John Pritchard about how he runs the sessions. He will give you a taster of what is included, including example exercises and an in-depth overview.
Book your free place now: https://bit.ly/3M7EXIw
Have a good week,
 
Lucy
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