blog 2018 02

rss

Trolling for weirdos

andyAndy Pyper, Safeguarding Manager

Hopefully by now, you have accepted that young people will use social media in a range of different ways and while they can rattle off the various rules and safety messages, they may or may not choose to follow them in different situations.

 

Find out more...

Write comment (0 Comments)

Partnering for success

brenBren Taylor, Senior Education Consultant

Hot off the press, I’m absolutely delighted to share the news that this year we are working with both the Birmingham Education Partnership and Services For Education to bring together THE “must be at” Birmingham conference for 2018. Scheduled for 25 and 26 September, it is aimed at all Birmingham headteachers and their leadership teams - keep an eye out for further details. All three organisations are passionate in their commitment to work for the very best of outcomes for youngsters in Birmingham, and bringing together our community of schools at this event will absolutely cement our shared mission.

Find out more...

Write comment (0 Comments)

Sometimes it is okay to talk to strangers

andyAndy Pyper, Safeguarding Manager

I have spent some time recently reviewing my old posts on various social media platforms, looking at the personal and professional comments I have made over the years. Happily, I was reassured to see that I did not appear to have posted (or re-posted) anything derogatory or inappropriate and I did find several references to things or events that I had forgotten.

 

Find out more...

Write comment (0 Comments)

Aspiring for excellence to become a byword for the norm.

brenBren Taylor, Senior Education Consultant

Well, if pride comes before a fall, perhaps I’ll go for joy. For indeed it was joyous to be with the Professional Services team when, on behalf of Link2ICT, they were recognised for their fantastic work and presented with the prestigious and internationally acclaimed BETT Award in January. What a wonderful way to continue this year’s theme of celebrating success! The trick now, of course, is to move on, continue the good work and improve on previous best. Thankfully, that attitude is already engrained in the ethos of the team, as anyone who has worked with them will know. 

Find out more...

Write comment (0 Comments)