Summer With Ease



Hello and welcome to Summer With Ease! Here is the first issue of our brand new seasonal bulletin, which brings you the latest up to date news on events, consultancy, blogs and other exciting activities from Ease Training HQ. We hope Summer With Ease is valuable to you, please share your comments, feedback and suggestions to help us improve!

Don’t miss your ‘Early Bird’ discount on some of our Autumn events! Make sure you book before the 31st July to save up to £20 off. Our future events include our continued Governor Training and Charity Trustee Training programmes. Also exciting updates on school data for heads, senior leaders and governors. Don’t miss our ‘Mental Health in Education’ event on 9th November. Sean Harford, National Director of Education, is speaking on 16th November at our ‘Schools Performance and Accountability Conference’ – details to follow in Autumn With Ease. Please see the events programme on the website.

We are delighted to be expanding our Consultancy team. Our consultancy teams work throughout the Education and Charity sectors to provide valuable and personalised guidance in a range of areas. Whether you require bespoke Charity Trustee Training, assistance in preparing for ISI or Ofsted inspections, guidance on SEN, a breakdown of your RAISE or FFT data or a confidential adviser whilst recruiting a new head for your academy, we can help. Explore the consultancy menu on our website.

Recently, the Ease Training team has started to write a blog, #TrainWithEase. We really enjoy writing about our current events and topics. Do follow our blog page, comment and get in touch. if you have ideas for future blog subjects, it would be great to hear from you.

On 16th June 2016, the team at Ease Training took a trip to Oxford for an ‘Assessment Without Levels’ event. Our speakers included Michael Tidd, Jamie Pembroke, Mary Myatt, Steve Lomax and Lisa Harford. It was a brilliant busy day of learning, but we had a quick chance to take our first live stream with a couple of the speakers – take a look!

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