Partner and Affiliate Programme
Posted 14th May 2021 05:21pm by Iain Simper
Our 2023-24 Partner School programme is now in development.
We are delighted to share it will include national online leader networks and CPD programmes in Art, Behaviour, Computing, Drama, DT, EAL, English, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, EYFS, Family engagement, Geography, Governance, History, Leadership, Mathematics, MFL, Nurture, Pastoral, Playtimes, PSHE, Science, SEND and SEND & reading
Find out more about our team here: https://learningpartnership.uk/about-us/our-team/
Here is our draft programme for 2023-24 – where dates are linked these sessions are secured in the diary
We are proud to have had 70 Partner Schools and supported some 200 more during 2022-23. In addition to this, we provided commissioned services to Hammersmith & Fulham LA, and Merton LA, plus a large MAT in Lincolnshire.
Our programme of high impact professional development courses for schools via the Partner School programmes, is designed to offer a cost-effective CPD solution for schools, while offering a more hands-on and bespoke support to help your school develop its CPD strategy.
Subscription for the academic year 2023-24 is set at £4.00 per pupil on roll. (Subscription is capped at £2000.00)
Partner Schools from 2022-23 and those schools who subscribe to Myatt & Co, will receive subscription to the Learning Partnership at £3.50 per pupil. Simply write ‘Myatt’ in the Code section on the form linked below.
Complete the form linked below to join the Learning Partnership.
The full programme for 2023-24 is almost completed and will be accessible via our brochure and our website: www.learningpartnership.uk . Ahead of the new year, we can confirm Subject Leader support and CPD sessions in the following areas:
Art led by Paul Carney
Behaviour led by Jogo Behaviour
Computing led by John Jefferies
Design and Technology led by Jane Ryder
Drama led by Patrice Baldwin
EAL led by EAL Academy
English led by Andy Hawes
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion led by Dr Jo Trevenna
EYFS led by Early Excellence & Dr Sue Allingham
Family engagement led by Cafes for All
Geography led by Salix Education
Governors and Governance led by #TeamADL
History led by Andrew Wrenn
History led by Stuart Tiffany
Leadership led by Everyday Leader & Enhancing Learning Ltd
Mathematics led by Liz Gibbs
Modern Foreign Languages led by the Primary Languages Network
Nurturing approaches led by Jeni Barnacle
Pastoral care led by Steve Russell
Playtimes and lunchtimes led by Therese Hoyle
PSHE led by PSHE Solutions
Science led by Jane Banham
SEND led by Team Adl
SEND & Reading led by Dr Sarah Moseley
Partner Schools are able to access Myatt and Co at a preferential rate. Please contact Iain for more information
We will also be introducing a Partner School only, online school to school support tool enabling schools to connect and work easily with each other on school improvement. More to follow on this.
TeacherTapp survey data shows 93 per cent of teachers believe CPD would make them better teachers.
Academic research reveals 35 hours of high-quality CPD a year is almost as impactful as placing a teacher with 10 years’ experience in front of students, according to the Education Policy Institute and Ambition Institute.
“As a school the Learning Partnership has been fabulous in supporting our subject leaders. I have valued the helpful and supportive forums for Head Teachers that run across the year.” Headteacher, Partner School
“Joining the Learning Partnership has enabled our group of 27 schools to engage in high quality CPD led by excellent educational consultants. Although we only recently joined, our schools have already reported a positive impact on all areas of school improvement including curriculum design and leadership.” Headteacher, Partner MAT
“The courses are relevant, current, very well presented and are timed to minimise disruption to the school day.” Headteacher, Partner School
“The huge variety of courses on offer means that there is something for all of our schools irrespective of school improvement focus.” Headteacher, Partner School
More About The Partner School Programme
Becoming a Partner School of the Learning Partnership not only gives schools free and unlimited access to our online CPD courses throughout the year, it also provides schools with more hands-on support and guidance from our consultants to help develop your CPD strategy.
The Learning Partnership will meet with your school on a termly basis to help guide and develop your CPD strategy, in line with your school development plan. It will also give you exclusive access to our school-to-school support network, and the opportunity to shape, present and attend our Partner School Webinar programme – aiming to facilitate meaningful collaboration and sharing of best practice among our member schools.
And, best of all, this will all come at a simple and easy to understand fixed annual cost.
Alongside this, we will also be offering an Affiliate School programme – a slimmed down and flexible version of the Partner School offer which offers discounted access to our CPD courses as well as access to many of the Partner benefits.
Of course, schools and teachers will also be able to book onto individual courses as they have previously done so as well.
Individual teachers e.g. supply staff, can also join the Partner School CPD suite. This is charged from 1st September 2023 at £75 per person
We can also offer individual teachers whose schools have chosen not to subscribe, but wish to engage themselves, access to the CPD programme within the Partner School offer from 1st September 2023 at £75 per person