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  • Premises Work Proforma

  • Maths Hub 3

  • Diversity of Religion and Belief Guidance

  • SSYP Bulletin

  • Brake’s Kids Walk


Premises Work Proforma


Asset Management Plan – Proformas

For Community schools only

Pemises work Proforma 2019 for electronic completion. Page one and two relates to any major premises work that has been undertaken in the last financial year (April 2018– March 2019).  The subsequent pages are for work that is planned from April 2019 for the next three years.

It is important that you complete and return these forms, as it informs the Authority of what your current premises issues and priorities are.  This information may also be used in connection with the allocation of future capital funding.

The deadline for response is Friday 28th June 2019.

If you have any queries please don’t hesitate to contact me on 0151 511 7291.

 Catriona Gallimore  – Capital Programme Planner and Data Analyst.




Maths Hub 3

Applies to-All schools 

Dear Colleagues

NW Maths hub 3 will be offering FREE Maths Intervention programmes in 2019-20.

The two programmes are as follows:

  • Intervention in a Mastery Context (IMC)
  • Maths and SEND

We are holding a HT/SLT briefing to find out more

This will take place on: Tuesday 18th June, 1.30-3.00pm at Knowsley Suites Hotel, Ribblers Ln, Liverpool, Knowsley, Prescot L34 9HA.

We have now trained 150 schools involving 300 participants for IMC (over 3 years) and 69 teachers have participated in the Maths and SEND project (this is an innovation project this year).

If you would like to book a place on the briefing to see if your school would like to be involved then please contact: Paula Foster, Administrator

Lisa Bradshaw

Director of the St Helens Teaching School Alliance and NW Maths Hub 3

Director of School Improvement- Three Saints Academy Trust





Diversity of Religion and Belief Guidance and Resource Pack: Evaluation Survey


Applies to-All schools 

Around this time last year, I attempted to contact every SACRE in England to distribute a free 60-page PDF guidance and resource pack on Diversity of Religion and Belief, developed at Cardiff University. I am now contacting SACRE members again to ask if you would be willing to complete a short survey to tell me what you thought about the pack and if/how (to your knowledge) it has made any difference to practice in schools. I would also be very grateful if you would be willing to distribute the survey amongst schools in your local area, so some of them can complete the survey too.

As a reminder, I’ve included links here to the original PDF guidance and resource pack: The pack aims to bring together relevant policy frameworks, academic research and good practice into a single document in order to provide schools with the tools to create an environment that recognises and values diversity of religion and belief, as well as deliver good quality RE and PSE that promotes interfaith respect and understanding.

The survey takes around 10 minutes to complete and responses are recorded anonymously. Your participation in the survey is highly valued but is of course voluntary and you may withdraw at any point by closing the browser. The results will be used to feed into any future editions of the pack and/or other related publications and resources for schools.

Please click on the following link to complete the survey:

This research project has gained ethical approval from the School of Social Sciences at Cardiff University. You email address was obtained through the publically accessible NASACRE directory. The survey will close at the end of July, so I will send one more reminder before the end of the academic year, after which point I will not contact you about this again. Feel free to email me with any further questions you might have about the research.




SSYP Bulletin

Applies to-All Schools

The aim of this bulletin is to provide you with snapshots of information that is relevant.

Please feel free to share with your own contacts, see attached SSYP Bulletin


Brake’s Kids Walk

Applies to-All schools 

On Wednesday 26 June, Brake’s Kids Walk will be taking place with Shaun the Sheep. Shaun is supporting Brake to call on grown ups to make their streets safer and healthier for everyone. The walk, co-ordinated by Brake, the road safety charity and sponsored by Ocado Foundation, promotes road safety and the health and planet-saving benefits of walking whilst getting the children to raise awareness of important road safety messages in their community:

  1. Foot paths
  2. Cycle Paths
  3. Safe places to cross the road
  4. Slow traffic

Educators can register to receive their free action pack full of posters, lesson plans and activities, featuring Shaun the Sheep and his friends, to help their school get involved.

For more information visit or email

Becky Hollingworth, community engagement officer – Brake, the road safety charity
DD: 01484 810446 |