BEP Blog – Issue 90 – 30th September 2019

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Good Morning Everyone, 

I hope you had a good weekend.  It was absolutely fantastic to see so many of you at our Conference last week and thank you for your messages about how useful you found the two days.  We know, however, that some sessions and workshops were more useful than others and we really need your feedback.  On Friday we sent out an email (to those of you who attended) asking you to complete an online evaluation.  We want you to be as honest as you can.  We can only improve what we do with your help, so please feel free to give frank feedback.  We will then use your feedback as we plan our next year’s event. If you missed the email, you can access the evaluation via the link here:

On day one of the Conference, we also asked those of you there to complete a written evaluation of BEP’s work on a wider scale, as part of our own self-evaluation.  However, as not all of you were there, Danietha (in our office) sent out an email last Thursday to all the Headteachers in the city, asking you to complete the same form in an electronic version.  If you did it at the Conference, of course you don’t need to do it again, however we really need to hear from those of you who weren’t there.  I know this takes your valuable time, but without it we can’t improve how we help you. 

Finally, I went to the opening of William Murdoch Primary School last Thursday (formerly Wilkes Green Infant and Junior Schools). It was a joyous event and a wonderful occasion that I was delighted to share in.  Brilliant work from Mangal and his talented team!