We will be doing maintenance to our website systems on Sunday, 31 January. Despite the ongoing situation with Covid-19 it is essential that we maintain the security of our systems. This will help us continue to deliver vital public health messages and information about council services via our website and allow you all to access our services using online forms.
The work should be done with little disruption to you and any interruption should be short. If you do have problems accessing the site or something doesn’t work on Sunday, please try again later.
Please see included NATT+ Best Practice Guidance for Schools working with Roma Children & Families.
Ethnicity & Ascription
Knowing your Roma Community
Induction: Creating an atmosphere of trust, safety and mutual respect
Meeting the needs of the EAL Roma child: empathy and patience
A culturally inclusive and flexible learning environment
Developing effective outreach work: essential home-school liaison
Empowering the community
Working effectively in a multi-agency context
Resources and further information
If you have any questions after you have read the guide then please do not hesitate to contact me on 01274 385558.
click here to download the document.
Audience: Headteachers, Head of EAL/NTE, Teachers
Contact: Stuart Brooke
This item has been viewed 822 times.
Please use the form below to send in your comments or questions about this page. This is also a
useful tool if you wish to report any problems with the website.
Alternatively, you can find a list of contact phone numbers here.
You may also find our help page useful.