The work of system leaders such as national leaders of education (NLEs) and local leaders of education (LLEs) has demonstrated the power of school-to-school support in raising standards and improving outcomes for pupils.
School-to-school support can take many forms, but its ultimate aim is clear in that it should lead to school improvement as a result of purposeful collaboration which improves the leadership and quality of teaching and learning.
Any school can approach The North West Learning Partnership to provide a ‘bespoke’ package of training. This may include: INSET days, twilights, Staff meetings, planning support, scrutiny of work and feedback etc. This is not an exhaustive list of what we have to offer, it can be tailored to your needs. To find out more please look at the ‘bespoke package’ information; which includes pricing or contact: Lisa Bradshaw (Director of North West Learning Partnership) firstname.lastname@example.org or 07446 463250 to discuss your specific training needs.
Schools in challenging circumstances include those identified as requiring improvement following Ofsted inspections, those below floor standards, where pupil attainment and progress is on a downward trajectory, or where there is a need to close the gap between between outcomes for disadvantaged pupils and their peers.
The North West Learning Partnership recognises the reciprocal benefits of peer-to-peer support, and we will be relentless in working to ensure that school-to-school support leads to positive impact, with measurable outcomes, for all groups of pupils.
Please see the information regarding ‘Bespoke’ packages; including costings.