Breakfast meetings have soared in popularity in recent times as they are now thought to be more productive than lunches, a study suggests.
The morning meetings have become increasingly popular amongst those who have to meet the rigorous demands of busy schedules and tight budgets. According to the survey, morning get-togethers are believed to have more far more positive outcomes than those held later in the day, and 67% of workers claim they are more likely to pay attention at this time.
The Leagrave Centre can accommodate Breakfast Meetings, and are delighted offer new Breakfast Buffet options, catering to those who prefer the more traditional option of Bacon, Sausage & Egg on fresh rolls, or the more continental pastries, croissants, natural yoghurt, muesli and fresh fruit. Both options include freshly brewed filter coffee, English Breakfast tea, and fruit juice.
Get in touch to see how we can accommodate your requirements - email@example.com / 01582 538200.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Update on Insurance Service Level Agreement Charges
Thank you for your patience whilst we finalise our new insurance contract. This new contract has been awarded to Zurich Municipal.
The exact figures for the insurance service level agreement are still being finalised. To aid new buy back and your budget setting process we would suggest adding a minimum of 10% to your annual premium based on last years service level agreement figures.
If you have selected School Support Services @ Luton Insurance service on your contract sheet, then insurance cover will be in place for your school until finalised prices are signed off.
If you have any queries please contact our Insurance Services Manager, Gloria Johnson-Ashman on 01582 547044 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
E2BN Conference - The Digital School for a Digital World: 27th & 28th June 2017
Free CPD for your school!
Your pupils are growing up in an increasingly digitised world. Every aspect of their future lives will feel the impact of new technologies. So shouldn't their school reflect this? This year's conference focuses on the use of digital technologies in the classroom, in the staff room and in the school office.
With 26 different workshops there’s something for everyone:
Keep your staff and pupils safe with workshops on online safety, using social media, data protection and web filtering
Find out how to make your classroom the most exciting place in the world with workshops on: augmented reality, virtual reality, teaching maths with cupcakes and computer science with humans
Improve teaching and learning with technology across the curriculum
See how to save money with cloud computing, single sign on and the Think IT procurement framework
And as if this wasn’t enough there’s also four inspirational speakers (Professor Stephen Heppell, Professor Paul Curzon, Zoe Ross and Dame Evelyn Glennie) and a great exhibition of all the latest education technology products and services.
Whether you are new to ICT/Computing, an experienced subject lead, a member of the SLT, a technician or scared stiff of using new technologies you will leave the E2BN conference with new skills, great ideas, better informed and thoroughly inspired!
Find out more and Book Your Place Here
Venue details: The Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre, Wyboston, Beds, MK44 3AR - Wyboston Executive Centre Website
For further information please telephone 01462 834588, or email email@example.com
Insurance & Risk Management
This service places an important role in helping your school, academy or other educational setting ensure that it is not exposed to financial losses and general inconvenience from the risks that you face on a day-to-day basis. The Insurance and Risk Management Team are professionally qualified and experienced in dealing with all aspects of insurance
Menu of Early Years Consultancy and INSET Opportunities 2017
Support can be tailored to meet the needs of your school or setting.
This may include:
A review of the quality and standards of your early years provision
Tailored INSET based on identified needs
Follow-up visits to evidence the impact of support
Coaching and mentoring for identified staff
Early Years SEF support
Support to analyse data and plan effectively
SLT support for Early Years – joint observations and moderation of assessments
TransitionPre- and post-Ofsted support
Tailored support for the Early Years lead
Some examples of training sessions are detailed on the attached document.
Please contact Sue Thomas for further information on 01582 548197 or email Susan.Thomas@luton.gov.uk.