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  1. SELB Extended Schools Information Session 25 August 2006 Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  2. SELB Extended Schools • March 2006Children and Young People’s Funding Package • June 2006Our Children and Young People - Our PledgeA Ten Year Strategy for Children & Young People in Northern Ireland 2006-2016 • June 2006Extended Schools Policy Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  3. SELB Extended Schools ‘To reduce underachievement and improve the life chances of children and young people by enhancing their educational development and fostering their health, well being and social inclusion through the integrated delivery of the support and services necessary to ensure every child has the best start in life’ Marie Eagle, Education Minister June 2006 Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  4. SELB Extended Schools £61,925m over 2 years across 6 themes • 1 £26.55m Extended Schools • 2 £10.85 Early Years Provision • 3 £5.60m Looked After/Vulnerable • 4 £2.00m Youth Outreach Initiative • 5 £4.35m Child Protection • 6 £12.575m Special Needs/Disabilities Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  5. SELB Extended Schools 5 Key Themes as high level outcomes • Being Healthy • Enjoying, Learning and Achieving • Living in Safety and with Stability • Experiencing Economic and Environmental Wellbeing • Contributing Positively to Community and Society Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  6. SELB Extended Schools • Dungannon & Cookstown Area £296,010 • Armagh Area £131,050 • Craigavon & Banbridge Area £569,520 • Newry & Mourne Area Funding £475,965 Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  7. SELB Extended Schools Why your school? • Free School Meals • Neighbourhood Renewal Area • Education Wards/Super Output areas Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  8. SELB Extended Schools • An Extended School provides a range of services and activities, sometimes during or beyond the school day. • Extended Schools will engage in collaboration and partnership with neighbourhood schools and statutory and voluntary and community sector organisations operating in the community Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  9. SELB Extended Schools • Benefits for all pupils • Benefits for the school • Benefits for families • Benefits for communities Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  10. SELB Extended Schools Suggested Extended School Activities • Breakfast club/ lunchtime clubs • After school activities inc. homework, arts, sport etc. peer mentoring • Enhanced learning opportunities • ICT, creative and expressive • Personal Development • Family learning, parenting skills, healthy living • Delivery of child care, health care and family services in and out of school hours Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  11. SELB Extended Schools Financial Management Guidelines • DE Guidelines expected very shortly Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  12. SELB Extended Schools Deadlines • Expression of Interest Forms 29 Sept 06 • Action Plans submitted 30 Nov 06 • Programme started 7 Jan 07 Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  13. SELB Extended Schools Training Sessions • Newry Teachers Centre 13 Sept 06 1 30 – 4 00 • Armagh Teachers Centre 15 Sept 06 9 30 -12 00 • Clounagh Centre 18 Sept 06 1 30 – 4 00 • Dungannon Teachers Centre 19 Sept 06 9 30 – 12 00 Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  14. SELB Extended Schools Management Structure • NI Partnership Board • Interboard Advisers’ Working Group • Interboard Co-ordinator’s Working Group • SWELB Working Group • SELB Inter-Agency Steering Group • SELB Programme Assessment Group • Local Management Groups in NRA • SELB School Cluster Groups Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  15. SELB Extended Schools Action Plan deadline 30 November 2006 • Activities to be aligned to the 5 high level outcome areas • Plan to be integrated into the school’s development plan • Audit to identify the needs of pupils, parents and the wider community and Action Plan to match the gaps in provision Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  16. SELB Extended Schools Clustering • There must be 3 or more schools in the same geographical area • Ideally cross phase and cross sector • Schools must demonstrate partnership working with the other schools • Joint Action Plan submitted • Benefits • 15% of each schools’ budget to develop cluster Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator

  17. SELB Extended Schools Contact details • Kieran Shields 3741 5381 kieran.shields@selb.org • Caitriona Hughes 3751 2314 caitriona.hughes@selb.org Caitriona Hughes Extended Schools Co-ordinator