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Ethnic Minority Achievement Service
EMAS offers a service responding to diverse and changing demands of the BME/EAL pupils in primary and secondary school and across all PVI and nurseries in Brighton and Hove
The Service:
EMAS offers a flexible and tailored service which is able to respond to the diverse and changing demands of the BME/EAL population in the city.
Every Primary grant maintained school in the city has access to the EMAS 'core' service and the choice of purchasing further packages to support EAL/BME pupils 'close the gap' in achievement. EMAS reports on BME and EAL data yearly and will lead schools in 'closing the gap' for these pupils.
Secondary schools can purchase from the 'Secondary School menu of options'
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Governor Equality Forum - LGBT
30 May
Governor Equality Forum - LGBT Wed 19th June 10am to 11.30am at the Friends Meeting House LGBT inclusive practice in the news … Are you: Wondering what’s behind the media reports on the protests outside some Birmingham schools? Do you know your relationships education from your sex education? Inclusive LGBT practice is about promoting equality in our schools, how can governors ensure this is happening across all equality groups? Come and join us at the Governor Equality Forum to find out more We will cover; the statutory context for LGBT inclusive practice and what’s happening in our City the needs of LGBT children and young people and what data tells us about their experiences explore language used in relation to gender identity and sexual orientation the Governing Body role including engaging with parents and carers and faith communities new Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) guidance- a brief heads up on the 2020 changes for primary and secondary governors support available locally to enable you to be effective in your role Book a place via BEEM or contact governor.support@brighton-hove.gov.uk
Apprenticeship Guide
06 Dec
NEW! School Guidance on Apprenticeships The Apprenticeship Team has produced new guidance and supporting materials to help schools understand apprenticeships and how they can help support your existing or new staff and maximise the use of your levy. The guide is available on the apprenticeship section of BEEM and is a one stop for all information on apprentices. http://www.beem.org.uk/Event/82354 There are also links to associated websites and supporting documents to help you understand and embed apprenticeships. The Apprenticeship team members are experts in apprenticeships available to support schools to maximise the levy and to procure and manage the relationship with training providers. If you would like us to visit your school to discuss opportunities please contact gavin.graham@brighton-hove.gov.uk
New Animation For Schools
06 Dec
New Animation for Schools Do you need to find out how Apprenticeships work for your school? BHCC have produced a new animation to support all schools on how apprenticeships can work in your school. Please follow the link below to watch; https://youtu.be/8U-gXfHz1D8 For further support on Apprenticeships please contact Gavin Graham gavin.graham@brighton-hove.gov.uk