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The Leading Edge Partnership programme is an international network for high-performing schools with a commitment to raising achievement through collaboration and innovation. It was established in 2003 by the Department for Children, Schools and Families in the UK. The programme continues to encourage schools to work together to raise achievement through the sharing of proven ideas and to solve some of the most intractable problems in education.
SSAT (The Schools Network) is a UK-based, independent educational membership organisation working with primary, secondary, special, free schools and academies. Its work is focused on providing support and training in four main areas: teaching and learning, curriculum, networking, and leadership development. As a school we are constantly honing our practices and systems to enable us to offer the very best provision for our students. We use the SSAT Leading Edge’s Framework for Excellent Education to help evaluate our own practise and ensure that we remain at the forefront of educational initiatives in UK. We are proud to have been accredited with four of the highest ‘transforming’ ratings in Climate for Learning, Leadership with Moral Purpose, Learning Behaviours and Engaging with Evidence and Research. We will continue to work with other schools and organisations to continually evaluate the work we do. We have published articles with the SSAT ‘Sunday Supplement’ outlining our own practice.
The Prince’s Teaching Institute helps teachers bring the latest thinking into their classrooms and supports them to make lasting improvements in what and how they teach. The Institute brings passionate teachers together and encourages them to make rigorous curriculum choices, to teach beyond the test and to forge links with like-minded schools and academic institutions. Our school is currently working towards being accredited in History. Our English department achieved the coveted PTI Subject Leadership mark in 2019. We expect to achieve this accreditation in two further subjects over the coming academic year.
Since 1983, NACE has been working with teachers, school leaders and local authorities to provide support, guidance and expertise to help fulfil the potential of our more able, gifted and talented students. NACE members are part of a community of professionals where aspirational provision for the more able, gifted and talented, raises standards and levels of achievement for all. In June 2019 we were awarded the NACE Challenge award. This prestigious award was gained for our work with our More Able students. The work with NACE continues and we have been asked to submit articles of our practice to the NACE journal.
Nasen is the UK’s leading organisation supporting those who work with or care for children and young people with special and additional educational needs and disabilities. Nasen support staff including SENCOs, leaders, teachers, governors and teaching assistants in meeting the needs of the pupils in schools and settings through promoting education, training, development and support. Nasen are an invaluable source of advice, offering an exclusive and vital range of benefits.
The PSHE Association is the national body for Personal, Social, Health and Economic education, leading the effort to ensure that every pupil receives high-quality provision. They provide expert advice, training and high-quality resources to PSHE practitioners, driving up standards of PSHE provision in schools across the country. They work with a variety of corporate, public and voluntary sector partners to help improve PSHE provision in schools.
NATRE is the subject teacher association for RE professionals. It works to support those who teach and lead in all schools and institutions and at all stages of their career. Our schools lead the Cyprus arm of this organisation. NATRE provides a focal point for the concerns of RE professionals, a representative voice at national level for all who teach and lead in RE as well as providing publications and courses to support professional development.
Investors in Pupils builds on the principles of Investors in People, to empower all pupils by involving them in decision-making, and developing responsibility and leadership in relation to their learning, behaviour, attendance, classroom management and induction. It is powerful in developing a positive ethos where pupils learn about how the school is run, and to understand how they can contribute to the running of the school. Pupils commit to common goals and teamwork – together with each other and with staff.
The National Governors’ Association aims to represent all school governors and trustees in England; there are over 300,000 governors/trustees, one of the largest volunteer groups in the UK. We are an independent charity that aims to support and promote good governance in our schools; we do this through lobbying, via a range of contacts with ministers, policy makers and education organisations. We also run national conferences, and a number of regional events.
We’re here to help the 700,000 autistic people in the UK and their families. Be it running specialist schools, campaigning for improved rights or training companies on being more autism-friendly, we are dedicated to transforming lives and changing attitudes.