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Virtual Cricket Games Competition 2020
26 Jun
Virtual Cricket Games Competition 2020 CALLING ALL CHILDREN AT JUNIOR SCHOOL (up to year 6)Despite there being no cricket as we know it at present, that's no excuse for you not to take part in our Skills Competition.!Here is something everyone at your Club can have a go at and take part in the 2020 Wales’ Virtual Cricket Games. How to get involved The challenge contains 6 activities with a video link to demonstrate how to do it. Once completed you need to send in your scores directly via google forms through the link embedded at the bottom of the PDF. The document can be found attached. All the activities can be undertaken in a small space in the garden or any other appropriate space you have. Prizes Overall winner: 4x tickets for a Glamorgan T20 Match Winner for each category: one pair of tickets for a Glamorgan T20 match How to get involved 1. Open the link and watch the skills exercises 2. Perform the skills 3. Record your scores 4. Post to google forms here 5. Post a film of your entry on Cricket Wales’ Facebook pages The skills to perform are:- 1 Clap Catching Task 2 High Catching Task 3 Reaction Catching Task 4 Close Fielding Task 5 Cricket Bowling Task 6 Cricket Batting Task For more information see Virtual Cricket Games Competition 2020
YMCA Support for Families
15 May
Support for Families and YMCA Cardiff are working collaboratively to successfully support young carers during the crisis and providing creative online services for young people to get involved in at home Please see attached posters for more information
Chat Health
14 May
Cardiff and Vale UHB are running a service called CHAT Health. This is a confidential texting service for 11 to 19 year olds who require any help and advice on a variety of issues, as per the attached posters.
Diff Diaries Project
11 May
The ‘Diff Diaries project is now live! Share Your Lockdown Story The coronavirus has rapidly changed life as we know it in Cardiff and The ‘Diff Diaries will bring children and young people together for voices to be heard, stories to be told and experiences to be understood for generations to come. The ‘Diff Diaries will provide lots of opportunities to develop creative skills! How to get involved: • Videos • Written Diaries • Collages How to Enter The project is open to children and young people aged 7-16 years old and parental consent will be required for all entries. Entries can be submitted weekly via Hwb, and children and young people will need a Hwb email in order to enter ‘Diff Diaries. If you have forgotten your Hwb email please contact your school and if you need help with this please contact: cardiffcommitment@cardiff.gov.uk To find out more information and how to submit an entry please visit: https://sites.google.com/hwbcymru.net/the-covid-19-diff-diaries/home The project will come to an end one month after all schools re-open for statutory education. Highlights of the entries will be shared weekly via the Cardiff Council and Cardiff Commitment social media channels using the hashtag: #TheDiffDiaries #DyddiaduronDiff If you have any questions about ‘The ‘Diff Diaries’ please email: cardiffcommitment@cardiff.gov.uk or contact us on 07790819982 Follow Us: Facebook – Cardiff Commitment https://www.facebook.com/cardiff.commitment.77 Instagram – CardiffCommitment https://www.instagram.com/cardiffcommitment/ Twitter - @CdfCommitment https://twitter.com/CdfCommitment www.cardiffcommitment.co.uk For more information please see the documents attached.
Coronavirus - COVID 19
13 Mar
Click here: Latest Updates from Public Health Wales – this page is updated every day at 3pm Public Health Wales is working closely with the Welsh Government and the other UK public health agencies to carefully monitor the Coronavirus situation and implement a planned response, with measures in place to protect the health of the public. Click here: Advice for the public There are general principles you can follow to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses such as Novel Coronavirus. These include: Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands Avoid close contact with people who are unwel If you feel unwell, stay at home and do not attend work or school Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue then throw the tissue in the bin, and then wash your hands immediately (Catch it, Bin it, Kill it) Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces in the home and work environment Click here: FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
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Training & Events

09 Jul
ALN Blended Learning Workshop
We would like to you take part in a discussion about ALN Blended Learning which will be held on Microsoft Teams Live. We are holding these sessions in response to several questions raised around expectations for delivering ALN support for Blended Learning including the use of Support Staff. We have also had many questions from parents about support for their children. We are aware many schools have developed innovative and practical ways to support learners with ALN over the last few months, and we will want school input on any guidance we produce.
11 Jul
Cardiff Governors' Association Annual Training Conference
Cardiff Governors' Association Annual Training Conference
14 Jul
Pupil Discipline and Exclusion // Disgyblu a Gwahardd Disgyblion
• Esbonio gweithdrefnau cywir y broses wahardd. • Nodi a thrafod meysydd o bryder a sensitifrwydd. • Hysbysu llywodraethwyr o’u cyfrifoldebau mewn perthynas ag ymddygiad a phresenoldeb disgyblion yn eu hysgolion. • Darparu gwybodaeth i lywodraethwyr ynghylch sut mae Paneli Apeliadau yn gweithredu. • To explain the correct procedures in the exclusion process • To identify and discuss areas of sensitivity and concern • To inform governors of their responsibilities related to pupil behaviour and attendance in their schools • To provide governors with the knowledge of how independent Appeal Panels operate.
14 Jul
Managing Risk for Children with Healthcare Needs
This session is designed to upskill practitioners to ensure that they can successfully support learners with healthcare needs during the COVID 19 Pandemic.
14 Jul
Designated Senior Person (DSP) - Level 3 - Prevent Training
This training will focus on:- - Understanding the aims of Prevent. - Exploring vulnerabilities and what support is availible around extremism and radicalisation. - What a Prevent referral looks like and the processes which accompany this type of referral.