Blog Post REPORT: How peer review can be an asset in uncertain times Read how SPP schools and partnerships are responding, learning and thinking about the future during the ‘Covid-19 Summer.’ This is a summary of findings from interviews with SPP partnership leads during June and July 2020. Blog Post "Relationships definitely strengthened as a result." SPP Associate Pam Butterfield interviews Pip Utting, Head Teacher at Burlington Junior School, New Malden. Blog Post Could effective collaboration during challenging times help schools develop new ways of working? The challenge in improving any system is often in having the ability to disrupt existing thinking so that honest enquiry can take place. That challenge has been taken care of for us; never in living memory has the education sector as a whole faced this level of disruption. Blog Post How a Sunderland partnership is using school-to-school collaboration to face challenges together Vanessa Huws Jones from our Schools Partnership Programme (SPP) Associate Team speaks with Natalie Fountain, Executive Head across four Sunderland schools within the Wise Academy Trust. Blog Post Challenges may be unprecedented, but our leadership values, principles & collegiality are familiar Many years ago, a newly appointed Headteacher said to me, "We worked on 25 scenarios in NPQH and on day one of this new job, scenario no. 26 walked through the door." This is our global scenario 26. This is how it feels to be living through a period in history where we are called upon to respond to challenges we have never faced before. Blog Post NEWS: Coronavirus update for SPP schools 17/03/2020 Due to the current situation, all Schools Partnership Programme training sessions planned for the next few weeks will be postponed.