School Support Staff

Welcome to the webpage for continuing professional development for school staff . This includes school business managers, admin support and all teaching assistants. You can find courses and information here to help you in your professional development.

Book your place on the Teaching Assistant Conference below. Take a look at last years' conference here.

Getting into Teaching

Teach in Cambridgeshire organise 'Getting into Teaching' events on a regular basis or support national events.  The next one is Monday 19th November a Anglia Ruskin University, 6-8pm.  It a free event.  To register click here.

At this event you will be able to find out about the different ways to apply, train, the associated costs, locations and time commitments for a career in teaching.

  • Speak to recently qualified teachers about their training and teaching experiences.

  • Hear about career progression, opportunities in the teaching profession and being a leader in a Cambridgeshire school. Learn about the innovative good practice and sharing that is going on in Cambridgeshire schools.

  • Speak to schools and ITT providers about the best teacher training route for you and get expert advice and guidance on applying for teacher training.

School Business Managers

Below are General Data Protection Regulation documents and presentation from the SBM conference , 30th November. Further support can be found at:  www.theictservice.org.uk/service/is-your-school-gdpr-ready/management

SchoolsGDPR

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Schedule1 IARSchoolsTemplate

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Schedule2PN SchoolStaff

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Schedule3PN Pupils Primary

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Schedule4PN Pupils Secondary

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SchoolsGdprToolkitV1.0

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Contact

Helen Manley - Senior Adviser: Curriculum, Teaching and Leadership

helen.manley@cambridgeshire.gov.uk


Lynne Birch - Schools Adviser: Commissioning

lynne.birch@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

01480 379 775