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Policies Quiz!


Wolfie
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At a staff training day on Friday, I have been given the unenviable task of running a short session designed to refresh the staff's working knowledge of our policies and procedures. Even worse, I've been given the "graveyard" slot, straight after lunch.

 

I'm thinking that I need to make it light-hearted and snappy really and have decided that maybe I should do some kind of team quiz with spot prizes, giving them 15 minutes or so to "revise" beforehand.

 

Has anyone done this sort of thing before with their staff...or has anyone got any better ideas for the session?? :o

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Sounds good to me, Wolfie and I think chocolate as spot prizes would do the trick - a little sugar rush might perk them up, too :o

 

Nona

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Great idea, this will work really well to highlight specific changes following the start of the EYFS. :o

 

They could also have a look during their lunch, making use of this time too. (or is that mean of me)

 

Peggy

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Hi Wolfie

 

We recently did a staff quiz based on policies and other aspects around the setting. At first everyone groaned, but it was good for getting people finding their way through the papers, discussing and working together. In the end they all agreed it was fun! We also added some multiple choice questions with some silly alternatives, to lighten things up.

 

Good luck!

Lesley :o

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They could also have a look during their lunch, making use of this time too. (or is that mean of me)

 

That's mean of you!

 

Actually we're having a "pink" auction over lunch to raise money for Breast Cancer Research so we'll all be busy putting our hands in our pockets! :o

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