• Safety in school swimming Swimming is an essential lifesaving skill and an enjoyable physical activity. The high accessibility to water in the UK requires individuals to have the ability both to survive in water and exploit to the full its potential for sport, leisure and exercise. As a skill crucial to life preservation, the ability to survive in water is essential, not only to swimming but…
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  • Using a wider range of good literature is a really quick, exciting and effective way to promote inclusion. This resource will help you to promote LGBT+ inclusion through reading. It’s designed to help you include every child and make sure every child has ways to see their family and relatives represented positively in their school.
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  • Personal relationships could affect, or be perceived by others to affect, the credibility or objectivity of our operations and we therefore need to have guiding principles in place. The golden rule is that each of us should ensure that our conduct is not called into question in performing our professional duties. PURPOSE
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  • This checklist should be used alongside the NEU’s model policy on health and safety to help you negotiate a policy acceptable to the union. You may not be able to secure everything on this checklist – if that is the case, you will need to consult members on whether the proposed policy is sufficiently positive to…
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  • New legislation will come into force on 6 April 2020 giving bereaved parents a statutory right to leave should they lose a child on or after that date. Who is entitled to bereavement leave? The leave applies to parents whose child dies or is stillborn on or after 6 April 2020. The right is only in place for employees but covers adoptive parents and the partner of a parent who lives with that…
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