Partners in Learning is an inclusive teaching school alliance working with over 100 schools from all phases.

Our vision is to create a sustainable, inclusive and productive partnership utilising the expertise from across the alliance which will lead to the improvement of teaching and learning and improved outcomes for pupils across all schools within the Teaching School Alliance.

Associate membership provides fantastic opportunities for your school. Become a Member
Primary Events

Evaluating the Phonics Check Outcome A half day session focusing on thoroughly evaluating the Check outcomes, other reading assessments a…

Headteacher Report in Greater Depth for Governors Ensuring Governors receive and understand the information they need in order to stay focused on the…

Leadership of Teaching & Learning: Key drivers for improving the quality of teaching in your school This course will outline approaches to improving the quality of teaching & learning in schools.

Roadmap to Mastery Awareness Session An introductory programme to help schools to reflect of teaching for mastery principles and strategi…

Secondary Events

Science Network The science network is an opportunity to share ideas and best practice amongst colleagues.

Maths Network The maths network is an opportunity to share ideas and best practice amongst colleagues.

Learning Mentor Network 17/18 These networks are designed to promote collaborative working across Doncaster and to support Learnin…

Joint Observation with an expert signposting good practice As an NQT we would like to give you the opportunity to undertake a joint lesson observation with an …

“The EEF is delighted to have been able to work with Partners in Learning and Doncaster schools on the ‘Making best use of Teaching Assistants’ project. The way the evidence has been brought ‘to life’ by bringing in expertise on school improvement, and drawing on local school examples, has been fantastic. Thank you to all the schools for the energy and commitment they have brought to the project. We look forward to working together on future collaborations".
Dr Jonathan Sharples EEF, November 2016

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