The Headteachers Breakfast Briefing and Membership Event took place on 23rd June 2017. We had an excellent turnout. In addition to Headteachers attending, we also saw members schools Senior Leadership Team, Finance Managers and some Chair of Governors.
The morning ran smoothly with an abundance of bacon sandwiches and refreshments, needless to say this went down well, alongside presentations from Doncaster LA and Healthy Learning.
This was followed by short presentations from the Directors of the Partners in Learning Strategic Board. These focused on their individual Priority Areas, providing an outline of what is on offer to member schools across the region in 2017/18. Attendees were given the time to reflect and discuss this in detail with their colleagues. Brainstorming and working collaboratively enhanced the event giving food for thought for those in attendance and also Partners in Learning as a provider.
The second part of the morning focused on our new Membership Packages for the upcoming year. The membership options were explored in great detail. Partners in Learning Directors were on hand to answer any questions and to also respond to suggestions that were put forward. Delegates received the full membership packages for 2017/18, in addition extra support packages will also be available, including NQT packages and observations.
If your school would like to find out about the new and exciting offers for members available in 2017/18, please contact us.
A statutory assessment tool that helps schools meet their duties in supporting pupils who are working below the level of the national curriculum and who are not engaged in subject- specific study. This course is aimed at all schools – mainstream primary and secondary schools, special schools and Integrated Resource settings (I.R.’s) and will run across 3 dates (you must attend all 3 sessions): 8th February 2021, 8th March 2021 and 26th April 2021 - all 1.30pm – 3.30pm and the sessions will be delivered via Zoom in order for us to comply with the current government guidelines around COVID 19.Read more