Information Governance covers the important areas of Data Protection, Information Security, Freedom of Information, Records Management and Information Sharing. With the Information Commissioners Office having the power to fine organisations who do not keep data safe, as well as a public who are much more aware of their information rights, information governance is a critical area for schools to get right.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Lambeth Schools Partnership is pleased to offer this programme of continuous professional development (CPD) for schools, early years settings and other educational establishments. It is focused on the needs of the school workforce, recognising that staff are your most valuable asset and that investing in them will ensure the provision of an excellent service, not only to young people but to parents, carers and the community.
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) & Quality Improvement Team
We provide specialist support, advice and training to all sectors with children in Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) including maintained Nursery Schools, Primary schools and Independent Schools. We also offer intensive support to schools on request.Our charged services include:• Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for newly qualified EYFS teachers & practitioners• CPD for EYFS teams, schools & clusters• Coaching for Foundation Stage Coordinators & EYFS• Support for observation, assessment & planning• Support for assessing, recording & tracking including meeting the needs of vulnerable groups• Implementing the 30-hour entitlement• Effective Nursery Class practice• Effective Reception Class practice• Support to create a stimulating & challenging learning environment• Improving Outdoor Learning• Developing a core book approach
Lambeth Careers Cluster
The Lambeth Careers Cluster (LCC) project aims to improve connections between Lambeth Schools and the labour market. The project supports school and college leaders to develop a high-quality careers education curriculum and gives young people in secondary schools and colleges opportunities to participate in work experience. This will be achieved through a range of cross-borough activities involving 16 schools, working in partnership with local colleges, universities and employers.
Behaviour Outreach Service
The Outreach Team are multi-agency teams which bring together a range of professionals who are working to support schools, families and children (aged 5 to18), who present or are at risk of developing emotional, behavioural and/or attendance problems. Teams include professionals from the fields of education, social care, health and other areas.