On behalf of all of us at Havering Education Services, we would like to thank you for your continued support and the opportunity to work together during 2017. We wish you a peaceful and joyous festive season and look forward to working with you throughout the coming year.
Havering Parks Protection Service
The Havering Parks Protection Service
The Havering Parks Protection Service operates specifically in our green spaces and parks.
The team consists of constables from Havering Parks Constabulary who work seven days a week covering key times throughout the day and evening along with uniformed support officers and a dedicated parks gate operative team.
The constables and support team are based in Raphael Park but travel throughout the borough using motorbikes and off-road vehicles so that they can quickly and effectively patrol the green areas under their responsibility.
The main purpose of the Parks Protection Service is to make the borough's parks and open spaces safe and pleasant for everyone to visit.
Members of the team also visit local schools to deliver sessions encouraging pupils to respect the borough’s many green spaces and enjoy them safely.
Havering Parks Protection Roadshows
The Presentation is 25-30 minutes long, and can be delivered as part of a whole school or year group assembly.
· Enjoying our parks
· Caring for our parks
· Respecting wildlife and nature
· Respecting other park users
· Keeping safe when enjoying the park
· Water and ice safety around lakes and rivers
Schools can contact PC John Jones firstname.lastname@example.org from the Parks Protection Team to book a session for their pupils.
Please note that the number of sessions is limited, so please book soon to avoid disappointment.
Parks Protection Service,
07904 805 872
Constitution of governing bodies of maintained schools - statutory guidance August 2017
This revised statutory guidance provides additional material on the Governance Database and details of new power to remove elected governors and staff governors.
SIMS and Statutory DfE Assessment Returns - Primary Schools and Academies
Details of training available for using SIMS to record, submit and report on statutory DfE assessments returns - EYFSP, Key Stage 1 & 2 and Year 1 & 2 phonics.
PECS Level 1 Training Workshop
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) is a successful approach that uses pictures to develop communication skills for children with a range of learning and social communication difficulties.
The Children and Adults with Disabilities (CAD) 5-19 Support Team has arranged a two-day PECS Level 1 Training Workshop for teachers and teaching assistants.
The workshop will provide participants with the foundation and essential tools to implement the six phases of the system through demonstrations, videos and role-play.