SET develops a wide range of activities on behalf of the schools to support the opportunities for young people.
SET is developing a programme of common twilight CPD opportunities and School visits, these will be both cross phase and phase specific. The Secondary shared CPD for 2016-17 is below please do take part!
This will be addition to the successful local cluster and network groups already running which are proving to be a valuable tool for School staff to share best practice and collaborate.
New staff are not forgotten with a NQT yearlong programme of support and training provided for local School staff.
SET currently runs a successful School Direct programme, this ensures we have a sound knowledge of local recruitment needs and levels. The lead School for our School Direct programme is The Nobel School.
We offer a number of placements in local Schools available through UCAS covering a wide variety of subjects in both Secondary and Primary.
For more information please contact Shelagh Mackey on 01438 300505, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
All primary schools used the SET Transition Passports with their Y6 pupils. Having been filled in during year 6 these are collected by SET and distributed to the relevant Stevenage secondary schools so that the passports can be completed in the first term of their new school. Pupils and parents have found these passports a real benefit in transition from one phase of schooling to the next.
Staff at SET compile the town wide calendar, containing relevant and key dates for the year. This is a valuable document to ensure schools and centres get the most benefit from the cross-town activities and events that take place during the year.