Many of our resources and publications can be found via the links below, although some documents are only available through subscribing to our service - which if you haven't already can be done here.
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RoSIS has put together some useful guides and key links to support Subject Leaders. These documents have information about CPD opportunities, useful resources, research, podcasts, newsletters, etc.
These documents can be accessed here.
The Local Authority has quality assurance processes in place to ensure that all statutory functions are carried out as per guidelines in the assessment and reporting arrangements for each key stage. An appeals policy, outlining the steps to take if the school is not satisfied with this process, is shared with schools on an annual basis. The Standards and Testing Agency (STA) monitors local authority systems, plans and evaluations to ensure that the LA is carrying out their statutory duties with respect to statutory assessment at each key stage. The Moderation Manager and all external moderators will have been trained and assessed in line with STA requirements. Academies and Free Schools that opt to purchase this statutory assessment package are considered to have entered into a ‘formal agreement’ with Rotherham LA to act as the provider for these services. It should be noted that it remains the responsibility of the academy to submit this information to the DfE via NCA tools by any given deadline.
The RoSIS Circulars are shared with all schools and academies regardless of their subscription status; however some information and guidance will be restricted to those who have chosen to access the Baseline Membership to RoSIS.
The Circulars are shared each Tuesday and they can all be accessed here.
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PSHE education helps pupils to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society. From making responsible decisions about alcohol to succeeding in their first job, PSHE education helps pupils to manage many of the most critical opportunities, challenges and responsibilities they will face growing up. New government guidance requires all schools to teach Relationships Education/Relationships & Sex Education and Health Education by September 2020.
RoSIS PSHE Scheme of Work is now available to all schools. The scheme has been updated to ensure coverage of the statutory DfE requirements which came into effect September 2020. We are now able to offer access via the RoSIS online platform. This provides direct links to websites, video clips, lesson plans and resources.
In addition to our SOW, we hold termly network leader meetings to share local and national updates and offer comprehensive CPD sessions. Please see the RoSIS weekly circular for details and dates.
Please click here to view the Healthy School Award information and our PSHE related services.