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BACK TO SCHOOL VLOG - Deliver “WOW” with every Interaction!

Andy Heald National Quality and Development Manager: “I hope you have all had a fantastic summer break and are reenergised with new ideas and a fresh focus for the new 2016/17 academic year!”

“I am excited to share my first Vlog of the 2016/17 academic year with you - the purpose is to ensure we are all focusing on the critical factors to ensure you create memorable experiences for everyone of whom you interact with but most importantly how can you make your first impressions the best they can be and deliver WOW through these interactions.”

WEBINAR - BACK TO SCHOOL delivering WOW with every interaction!

Hosted by? Andy Heald

For who? Activity Professionals

When? Wed 21 September

Time? 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

How? Follow this link when it’s time

Andy Heald will be hosting this session to ensure all Activity Professionals get the new academic year off to a BANG!

Andy will share good practice ideas such as how to engage schools and maximise the use of the School Portal system as well as hosting a Q&A session for support.

Are you inspiring like Mr & Miss Premier?

Keeping children safe in education – new statutory guidance for schools

This new guidance released by the government advises schools to ensure that all adults working in education should have an annual review on safeguarding.

With that in mind, it’s critical that you read and ensure you understand section one of the document. Please take some time to watch Andy Heald’s video explaining the guidance.

Download Guide

Even though our Minimum Operation Standards state that safeguarding updates is every 3 years, we do recommend that you seek annual safeguarding updates.

Video School Portal Orientation

As the new school year is upon us, we recommend that you watch the School Portal Orientation video below and remind yourselves of our single biggest unique selling point.

Have you read the new Childhood Obesity Strategy?

As a first major step towards tackling childhood obesity, the government will be introducing a soft drinks industry levy across the UK. In England, the revenue from the levy will be invested in programmes to reduce obesity and encourage physical activity and balanced diets for school age children.

This includes doubling the Primary PE and Sport Premium and putting a further £10 million a year into school healthy breakfast clubs to give more children a healthier start to their day.

We’ve extracted the key points for you below. You can also view the full Government document here.

Key Points

Premier Apprentice Video Diary #1

We are excited to share with you the first video diary entries from the two apprentices we are following along their Premier journeys.

Premier Sport apprentice Lee Baldwin and Premier Performing Arts apprentice Joanna Hunt have submitted their videos, detailing the courses they are enrolled on, what they have enjoyed, the challenges they have encountered, and advice for other new Premier apprentices. Take a look at their videos – we think they give a great insight into what life is like as a Premier apprentice, and are great examples of what it takes to join our positive and passionate team. Stay tuned for their second video diary entries!

Traineeship provides perfecting stepping stone in to an Apprenticeship...

Onur Kent begins his apprenticeship as an Activity Professional this month with Premier Sport (Hackney) after a successful 3 month Traineeship in the territory. After completing two interviews in March, Onur was offered the chance to shadow and work with other Activity Professionals with the prospect of an apprenticeship, if successful. Franchisee Michael Johnson said:

“Throughout his Traineeship, Onur was able to experience lunchtime sessions and after school clubs, as well as curricular cover - this gave him an opportunity to look at us, and for us to see him in action. He acquitted himself very well and as a result of the feedback that I received about him, I was happy to offer him a post in September. Onur will now undertake the necessary training via CSL and it is my hope that he will fulfil the potential that he has already shown”.

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Are you concerned about the safety and wellbeing of a child?

Safeguarding is an essential responsibility for all employees at Premier Education Group. It involves protecting all children as well as promoting the safety, health and wellbeing of all.

Under the Children Act 2004, organisations have a duty of responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Schools and Local Authorities have similar duties under the Education Act 2002, section 175.

Over the Summer we have had some Safeguarding issues arise; to refresh your memory please see Premier Education Group’s Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy.

If staff have any suspicion that a child is being abused, please refer to your copy of the Child Protection & Safeguarding Policy or if you wish to speak to someone about a safeguarding concern, please contact Premier Education Group’s Designated Officers: Steve Eastaugh or Nicole Heuston on 01953 499 040.

Premier Education Group will continue to build on the ability we have to ensure that everyone is safeguarded.

New Premier Transition Website

The new Premier Transition website launched last month wiith full BMS integration planned to go live soon.

The programme is also supported by a suite of delivery resources too.

Catch up on previous newsletters...

Don’t worry if you’ve missed any newsletters, here are the links to the previous ones we’ve sent you since August 2014 –

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