A dynamic professional development programme run by a teaching school alliance helps develop staff into leaders and drives school improvement in a large multi-academy trust in London.
I’m a senior communications and engagement manager in the Apprenticeship Service engagement team at the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) – an executive agency of the Department for Education.
We meet 2 educational psychologists working at the Bright Futures multi-academy trust in the north-west, Dr Adam Rumble and Dr George Thomas.
A north-west teaching school is drawing on the power of a large collaboration of schools to create a successful teacher training operation.
Six Lincolnshire teaching school alliances unlocked the power of collaboration when they agreed to work closely together. We visited Kyra Teaching School Alliance to find out more.
We speak to some of our volunteer coaches and women teachers receiving coaching to find out about their experiences and how it has made an impact on their careers.
Teaching school alliances are leading the development of a school-led system, but how does that work in practice? How are they improving children’s lives? What can they offer your professional development?