All the latest news from South Yorkshire Futures.
Dr Margot Sunderland, renowned child psychologist and psychotherapist, visited Sheffield Hallam University to deliver a free one day training course on ‘Addressing the emotional needs of infants in early years settings.’
The programme enables science leaders to develop their leadership skills, keep up to date with evidence-based approaches to primary science and collaborate with other science leader colleagues.
More than 45,000 children and young people from schools across Sheffield have participated in the Children’s University, a charity that works with schools to encourage participation in extra curricular activities and is supported by South Yorkshire Futures.
Sheffield Hallam becomes the first University in the UK to sign the School Governor Champion charter
Supported by South Yorkshire Futures, Sheffield Hallam University is championing school governor opportunities to employers in the region as part of the Talent Bank project. The 5-step charter has been developed by inspiring Governance, a national school governor recruitment service, as a call to action for employers across the country to sign and act as an advocate for school governance opportunities.
We are now recruiting for our second cohort of coaches to support our coaching in schools project. The project involves volunteer coaches receiving professional training in order to support young people in Barnsley who would benefit from working on areas of personal effectiveness.
The 2018/19 ‘Sheffield Children’s University – How does it make a difference?’ report is now available. The report provides evidence of the real difference being part of Sheffield CU makes and includes in-depth analysis of the impact of participation in CU activities.
The South Yorkshire Futures Programme has been shortlisted for two national awards. We are proud to have been chosen as a finalist in the UK Social Mobility Awards and the Times Higher Education Awards.
Sheffield City Region and South Yorkshire Futures have teamed up with Inspiring the Future to launch the “Talent Bank” programme, which will encourage businesses and employees across the region to volunteer their time and inspire young people from all our region’s diverse communities.
Sheffield Hallam University has joined forces with South Yorkshire's four local authorities to reshape early years speech and language services in a bid to improve communications and language skills among the under fives.
As part of their ‘Class Action’ campaign against failing mental health in schools, the Rotherham Advertiser recently featured an article about Trauma Informed Schools training.
Sheffield Hallam University is among 30 universities to sign a new “Civic University Agreement” to reaffirm their local role.
by Sue O’Brien, teacher recruitment and retention lead for South Yorkshire Futures
"There is a crisis in teaching. The equation is fairly simple: Not enough people are coming into the profession to meet the growing number of pupils - and too many are leaving."
Landmarks Specialist College is holding an Open Day at The Archer on Thursday 24th January 2019 from 1pm - 3pm.
Come along and meet industry trained tutors, find out what qualifications The Archer has to offer and visit a real life working environment.
Introducing a new partnership between two of the areas' most respected providers of specialist education; Landmarks Specialist College and Nexus Multi-Academy Trust.
Sheffield Hallam University’s social mobility programme, South Yorkshire Futures, has received a major boost from the Sheffield City Region Mayor, Dan Jarvis...
Sheffield Hallam calls on the government to address Early Years Teaching Status and emphasised the role of South Yorkshire Futures in proposed reforms...
Education leaders back South Yorkshire Futures
A group of South Yorkshire's most influential education leaders have joined an initiative aimed at improving the life chances of the region's young people...