A good year for CER

There has been loads going on at CER since the start of the academic year.

Alongside sponsoring and presenting the Educate Awards Teacher of the Year award they have been working hard with candidates across the region as part of its ongoing commitment to Continued Professional Development (CPD) and Wellbeing.

In December, they ran an autism awareness training course with over 20 local candidates attending the session. Upcoming events for early 2020 include cover supervisor training, employability courses and team teach training.

They were also delighted to award three pupils with literacy hampers having had over 300 entries to its literacy competition.

Primary pupils across Liverpool were challenged to write a paragraph about what Christmas meant to them with the lucky winners being presented with their prizes before the Christmas break

In addition the CER Liverpool team have already been busy at the start of 2020 delivering CRS reward cheques to schools around the region. So far delivering £10,000 in rebates across six schools.

CER’s CRS is a unique reward scheme that offers schools and academies the opportunity to receive a proportion of their supply spend back as a cash rebate. Schools can use this to re-invest in supply, for resources and materials or simply as cash back in to the school budget.

Danny Stenhouse, who recently received a rebate cheque from CER said: “Co-op Academy Woodslee were very pleased to receive a rebate from the CER education incentive scheme of nearly £2000. The school plans to use it for the establishment of an outdoor learning area for Key Stage 1.

“During these uncertain times of education funding it is great to work with organisations that can give something back”.

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