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Foreword from Liz Mills


Latest update from Liz Mills, Director for Education, Lifelong Learning and Culture


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Emotional wellbeing workshops - reminder
Invitation to schools from county council and CCGs

Come to our January workshops to develop a new model for emotional wellbeing and mental health services for Surrey's children and young people

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Surrey Virtual School

Latest from the Surrey Virtual School

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Consultations reminder

Make sure you have your say on the council's five consultations by 4 January 2019

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Cyberfirst competition for girls

Girls in Year 8 encouraged to take up problem-solving and code-cracking challenge

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Free training from the Hope Service

The Hope Service are again offering free twilight sessions for secondary school staff on a range of topics.

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2019 Educational Visits Coordinator training courses

You will be aware that it is a requirement for each school to have an appropriately trained Educational Visits Coordinator (EVC).

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First Aid training courses for schools

There are two Basic First Aid training course dates for 2019.

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Moving and Handling in Surrey primary and secondary schools

The Strategic Risk Management Team organises induction and hoisting sessions for primary and secondary schools staff, supporting children with physical disabilities within Surrey schools.

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Asbestos awareness training

The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 requires employers to ensure that their employees receive adequate training.

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