Teaching schools are outstanding schools that work with others to provide high-quality training and development to new and experienced school staff. They are part of the Government’s plan to give schools a central role in raising standards by developing a self-improving and sustainable school-led system.
St John and St James C of E Primary School, Springfield Community Primary School and Holy Trinity C of E Primary School are the lead teaching schools in part of a multiple teaching school alliance in Hackney. The schools work in partnership with primary schools across the borough and beyond and play a key role within the Primary Advantage National Teaching Schools Alliance. Primary Advantage is a federation of schools working together because we believe our schools can gain many benefits from working collaboratively. We have made a commitment to a shared responsibility to the wider school community, the provision of good quality education and the improvement of life chances for pupils in the community beyond that of our own schools.
Our work on improving provision for children will see us sharing practice with our alliance of schools in the borough of Hackney, across London and into the County of Suffolk. We will be working closely with our strategic partners The Institute of Education, Hackney Learning Trust and National Centre for Excellence in Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) to effectively deliver ‘The Big 3’:
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See what Ofsted has said about training provided by our Teaching School: Ofsted Quotes