Experienced headteacher and SPP facilitator Steve Wilks has been integral to the development and delivery of SPP in East London, firstly as part of the Seven Kings Partnership of Schools where he served as a headteacher working with other schools to embed SPP into ways of working.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the webinar on Tuesday 23 March 2021. Over 350 school leaders from across the country joined us and our panellists to discuss and explore new ways to understand and support children who are vulnerable to educational disadvantage, using enquiry and peer review as a tool to improve our approach.
For the first time, sector leaders in peer review, Education Development Trust, are offering a standalone workshop, delivered by Schools Partnership Programme Associates to help cultivate a culture of collaboration and supportive peer review within a school.
In this blog piece, Pupil Premium expert Marc Rowland explores school culture and the part it plays in creating an environment in which both teachers and children can flourish.
Focus-Trust is a charitable multi-academy trust in Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and Cheshire West dedicated to working with primary schools.
In November 2020, school leaders’ union NAHT published its ‘Improving Schools’ report, from the School Improvement Commission. The report details their vision for the future of education in England and details a number of recommendations to rebalance holding schools to account with helping them to improve to unleash the potential within schools.
Plymouth Teaching School Alliance (PTSA) provides initial teacher training, school to school improvement, and evidence-informed professional development to schools and teachers in Plymouth and the South West.
These research-informed briefs report what school partnerships have discovered about working together through peer review and how their experience compares with wider research findings.
We explore what practitioners have learned about the culture, the practical systems and processes, the skills and attributes and the use of evidence and data required to support effective peer review partnerships.
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