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Schools' Newsletter - Summer Term 2016

Featured candidates

Candidate 1
Qualified  Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages with specific experience in SEN.
Looking for role in special schools
Also available to teach French at secondary level
Available immediately
Candidate 2
Qualified Teaching Assistant with specific SEN experience
Available to support in the classroom and one-to-one
Ross-on-Wye and South Herefordshire area.
Available immediately
Please email Kelly Hughes for further details or call 01432 383003
Hoople recruitment and DBS updates

The Department for Education has introduced legislation which means that with effect from April or September 2016, ALL school governors will be required to have an enhanced DBS check in order to carry out their duties in schools.

Where a governor has been elected or appointed before 1 April 2016 and does not hold an enhanced criminal record certificate, the governing body must apply for such a certificate in respect of that governor by 1 September 2016.

Where a governor is elected or appointed on or after 1 April 2016 and does not hold an enhanced criminal record certificate, the governing body must apply for such a certificate in respect of that governor within 21 days after his or her appointment or election.

Please contact Hoople Recruitment for help with all your DBS needs. Tel: 01432 260574 or email the team.

Schools' Briefing Session for
Heads and School Business Managers
Thursday 26 May

Have you booked your place yet?

Latest HR updates and employment law developments
Finance news and updates
Update on new SIMS features
Free school meals news and maximising pupil premiums
The Apprenticeship Levy and what it means for your school

For further information, or to book, please email or call 01432 383730
(available only to schools/academies currently buying services from Hoople)

Where are your Year 11 students going this autumn?

As we head towards the end of another school year, we hope that you will remind your Year 11 leavers about the opportunities available through apprenticeship programmes.

As you know, the raising of the participation age means that all young people must stay in some form of education or training until they reach the age of 18. Apprenticeships fall under this umbrella and are a great option for those who want to enter the world of work at 16, offering the chance to earn while they learn.

Hoople offers apprenticeships in health and social care, early years education, business administration, customer service and dental nursing. Pre-apprenticeship programmes are also available in most of these areas.

If your school already offers vocational training and education (for example traineeships, BTEC qualifications or apprenticeships), Hoople can help by providing fully qualified and occupationally competent staff to support the provision of teaching for the following programmes:

  • Early years education
  • Health and social care
  • Business administration
  • Customer service

For more information, please call our Training team on 01432 383500 or email them.

Read our new case study!

Find out how Hampton Dene Primary School, Hereford, has been working with Hoople to access BILD accredited physical intervention training. 

Hampton Dene Case Study
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