Service Agreements

Covering both curriculum and school management functions, our School Annual Service Agreements for 2017/18 are available to order.

Children’s University (CU) is a national organisation run by local centres, providing a framework for quality assessment of extra-curricular activities. CU encourages all children aged 5 to 14 years to try new experiences, develop interests and acquire skills through participation in innovative and creative learning activities.

Cooking on the Curriculum is a cost effective, high quality programme that implements the National Curriculum for Design & Technology cookery. Pupils will be taught how to cook and apply the principles of nutrition and healthy eating. The provision of practical sessions creates cross-curricular links to support the whole school in preparation for Ofsted inspections.

Education Welfare is delivered by a professionally qualified and experienced staff, who are used to dealing with the complexities and impact of poor school attendance. Staff work with young people and families to challenge, support and solve issues that nhave historically led to poor attendance.

Schools Finance have a wealth of experience in supporting schools, academies, children’s centres and nurseries in all aspects of their financial activities. Staff have a detailed knowledge of school and education funding, financial systems such as SIMS and policies & procedures.

Governor Services are committed to providing expert support,m advice, guidance and training for Governors. Our professional, independent clerking service ensures the Board has access to advice on regulations and matters of procedure as well as professionally presented minutes.

Primary Modern Foreign Languages is an award-winning service, delivered via a vibrant and highly trained team of Foreign Language Tutors, all with native level language skills. All schemes of work are designed to meet the needs of the Programmes of Study for MFL at KS2.

Safeguarding colleagues provide timely and effective support to help ensure children are kept safe and schools meet their statutory responsibilities. Schools attend dedicated training sessions and can access advice in response to critical incidents or other safeguarding concerns.

Schools’ HR provides you with a dedicated, fully qualified and experienced adviser who will strive to provide creative solutions which best fit the individual needs of your school, staff and pupils. Your advisor will work closely with you through steps of any HR process, considering all relevant legal aspects.

SEND & Inclusive Learning colleagues are at the heart of transformational change at Local Authority level and are passionate about inclusion and promoting the welfare of all children. All former SENCo’s, the team ensure schools are given timely advice and resources to enhance their practice.

School Swimming is one of the most successful programmes in the country, with Liverpool ranking in the top five cities for the percentage of children able to swim at least 25 metres by the end of Key Stage 2.

Cost

Costs and an outline of service delivery is available in our Service Agreement pack for 2017 -18 
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