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16/08/22

Congratulations, Callum! 👏🏻 https://t.co/CyXNZ5Anta

15/08/22

PODCAST: Really useful advice for Y13s receiving their results this week... https://t.co/guryKXv05M

12/08/22

Seriously cool 😎 https://t.co/rAsOXa6bhg

12/08/22

Who would have these on their walls at home? 🙋🏽‍♂️ https://t.co/AEHwtsUNeX

12/08/22

Hope everyone is having a good summer. Some exciting new installations happening at school…showcasing incredible student graphic design and photography! https://t.co/CRyDlqk5G2

09/08/22

Retweeted From Philip Chapman 🏏🐝

This is really exciting. https://t.co/sNpmIGwzKP

08/08/22

Retweeted From Woking News & Mail

A shared love of art has brightened up West Byfleet Station as gardeners from West Byfleet Gardening Group and year 8 artists from , created a vivid new mural with the help of local artist Nathalie Beauvillain Scott. See https://t.co/fntbOqOF1p https://t.co/vNi0vmS1OQ

07/08/22

Retweeted From Woking News & Mail

A shared love of art has brightened up West Byfleet Station as gardeners from West Byfleet Gardening Group and year 8 artists from , created a vivid new mural with the help of local artist Nathalie Beauvillain Scott. See https://t.co/fntbOqOF1p https://t.co/vNi0vmS1OQ

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School Improvement

 

A collaborative School Improvement Strategy

Working together to support and improve schools is the right thing for us all to do and the core purpose for a school improvement team. As a local, cross-phase trust we are ambitious for our pupils and for our staff and we believe in school-to-school and peer-to-peer support. We believe that all our schools are unique but that alignment of curriculum and systems where appropriate can be a major benefit to the educational offer and reduce teacher workload.

Through trust collaboration, all schools and headteachers receive enhanced school improvement support, review, training and development.

Improving the quality of learning and teaching is the prime focus of any school. This is a school led activity and will remain within the jurisdiction of school operation. Headteachers are responsible for classroom expectation, standards and pedagogical quality. However, Learning Partners seeks to support headteachers discharging this core purpose.

Measuring, monitoring and improving teaching quality operates as a trinity. Each one relies upon the other. Without assessing teaching quality, you cannot plan effective improvements. Without monitoring the effectiveness of CPD strategies you cannot judge if your plans have delivered your desired outcomes. Children pass through school once. It is beholden on the trust to support headteachers in ensuring this one opportunity delivers excellence.