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School to School Support


Photograph by Richard Graham

The Royal Borough of Greenwich has a proven track record in school improvement that has led to a transformational change in children’s attainment in the borough.

97%

of Primary Schools are rated as 'good' or 'outstanding' by Ofsted, compared to 91% nationally (Feb 2017)

79%

of Secondary Schools are rated as 'good' or 'outstanding' by Ofsted, in line with national figures (Feb 2017)

1st

Greenwich was ranked 1st in England in 2016, children have the very best start to their education

5

EYFS outcomes for 5 year olds are consistently excellent

100%

Greenwich performance exceeded national and London on the key measures in the primary phase

64%

of pupils achieved the expected standard in reading, writing and maths at KS2; compared with 53% nationally

61%

of students achieved an A*-C grade in English and Maths, higher than the national average of 59% (Summer 2016)

The Royal Greenwich TSA has a pool of talented and skilled practitioners who can make a difference to children’s learning in your school.

You can call upon our:

Lead Practitioners (LPs)

Outstanding members of staff who lead practice and learning in and across schools. Our Lead Practitioners can help your school improve practice by working alongside individual members of staff or small groups of teachers for defined periods of time.

Specialist Leaders in Education (SLEs)

Outstanding middle or senior leaders who are skilled in supporting individuals or teams in similar positions in other schools. They understand what outstanding leadership practice looks like in their area and will help others achieve this in their context.

Curriculum Support

Photography by Hannah McLeod, Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy, Head of Photography and Teacher of Art

The Royal Greenwich TSA has devised a range of documents to support implementation of the new curriculum.

The Royal Greenwich TSA can also offer support from its cohort of SLEs to assist schools in planning and delivering the new curriculum. SLEs can support in the following areas:

  • Mathematics

  • Science

  • Computing

  • English

  • Curriculum development

Our guarantee

All school-to-school work is quality assured and outcomes of school-to-school support will be measured against a clear base line and impact statements. When we work with you we enter a partnership with you, outlining how we will work for the duration of the project and how goals will be measured.

Costs

There will usually be no charge for sending your teachers to observe a lesson provided by a Lead Practitioner in their own classroom. The daily rate for an LP is £250. The daily rate for an SLE is £350 – with the possibility of negotiation for work undertaken over a period of time.

All work undertaken by the Royal Greenwich TSA will be customised to meet your specific needs in your time frame.

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