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Digwyddiadau SSCE Cymru sydd ar ddod JULY SSCE Cymru drop-in sessions

JULY SSCE Cymru drop-in sessions

1/07/2024 31/07/2024

Each month SSCE Cymru host a series of informal one-hour drop-in sessions focusing on specific themes. Come along to any of the sessions that interest you, where members of the SSCE Cymru team will share relevant information, promote resources, coordinate discussions, answer your questions and create opportunities for collaboration.

See the timetable for July and joining instructions below.

NOTE: if you'd like to converse in Welsh during the drop-in session, please contact SSCECymru@wlga.gov.uk in advance so we can ensure this can be facilitated.

Drop-in session themes

Armed Forces Friendly Schools (AFFS) Cymru

Led by the SSCE Cymru School Liaison Officers, these drop-in sessions will help schools in Wales understand how they can understand the experiences of Service children, engage with the Armed Forces community and embed support for Service children by working towards achieving your AFFS Cymru bronze, silver and then gold status. We will provide an overview of the requirements, share examples of good practice and answer questions to help you understand how to implement items on the checklist.

Service children voice

Led by the SSCE Cymru Participation Lead Officer, these drop-in sessions will help schools in Wales understand how they can listen to Service children in order to support them in the most effective way. We will help you understand the importance of actively listening to your Service children, share examples of good practice, discuss opportunities for Service children ambassadors and support you in setting up a Little Troopers club (Primary) or Forces Life club (Secondary).

Funding for supporting Service children

Led by the SSCE Cymru Programme Manager, these drop-in sessions are available to support schools and local authorities in Wales with accessing funding to support Service children in education. We will raise awareness of relevant grant funding streams, share examples of good practice, answer questions, promote resources and discuss collaboration opportunities.

SCiP Alliance Thriving Lives Toolkit

Led by the SSCE Cymru School Liaison Officers, in collaboration with the SCiP Alliance Engagement Manager, these drop-in sessions will help schools in Wales understand how to use the SCiP Alliance Thriving Lives Toolkit and other resources. We will provide an overview of the Toolkit, share examples of good practice, explain how the Toolkit links to the Armed Forces Friendly Schools Cymru status and answer questions to help you understand how to utilise these resources.

Local Authority Action Plan

Led by the SSCE Cymru School Liaison Officers, these drop-in sessions are available to support local authorities in Wales with implementing their Local Authority Action Plan (LA AP), which has been developed during the MOD Local Authority Partnership (LAP) group meeting. We will share examples of good practice, answer questions, and discuss collaboration opportunities.

 

Timetable

Monday 1st Tuesday 2nd Wednesday 3rd Thursday 4th Friday 5th

14:00 Armed Forces
Friendly
 
Schools
Cymru

 

10:00 Armed Forces
Friendly Schools
Cymru

10:00 SCiP Alliance
Thriving Lives
Toolkit

 
Monday 8th Tuesday 9th Wednesday 10th Thursday 11th Friday 12th

14:00 Armed Forces
Friendly Schools
Cymru

14:00 Service
Children Voice

10:00 Local Authority
Action Plan

15:00 Armed Forces
Friendly Schools
Cymru

 
Monday 15th Tuesday 16th Wednesday 17th Thursday 18th Friday 19th

14:00 Funding for
supporting Service
children

 

10:00 Armed Forces
Friendly Schools
Cymru

   
Monday 22nd Tuesday 23rd Wednesday 24th Thursday 25th Friday 26th

 

       

Monday 29th

Tuesday 30th Wednesday 31st    

 

 

14:00 Local Authority
Action Plan

   

 

 

Joining instructions

To join one of the above drop-in sessions, simply click on the link at the time that the meeting is due to take place.

Or, to add the drop-in session to your digital calendar, follow these simple steps:

1. Right click on the event name/time above that you'd like to attend

2. Click 'Copy link'

3. Open up your digital calendar (i.e. Microsoft Teams)

4. Schedule a new appointment / new meeting for the date and time the drop-in session is scheduled

5. Title the appointment / meeting (e.g. "SSCE Cymru drop-in session AFFS Cymru")

6. In the main body, right click and paste the meeting link

7. At the scheduled time, click the link to join the drop-in session.

 

Please send any queries to SSCECymru@wlga.gov.uk 

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Georgia

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Harry

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Mia

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Ryan

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