Trenance Learning Academy is selected to be one of 77 new national Teaching School Hubs.
Trenance Learning Academy has been selected by the Department for Education to become one of two national Teaching School Hubs based in Cornwall.
‘The teaching school hub programme will create a network of 87 centres of excellence for teacher training and development focused on some of the best schools and multi-academy trusts in the country’ www.gov.uk/guidance/teaching-school-hubs
Plans announced this week by the Department for Education will give teachers across the country access to developmental support and expert advice, allowing them to improve a broad range of teaching skills.
Trenance Learning Academy already designated as an English Hub, a teaching School and one of the lead schools in the Cornwall Associate Research School, will continue to collaborate with partners across Cornwall to offer high quality, training and development for all schools. The new hub will be working with partners to deliver support and training focussing on trainee and early career teachers, professional development and national qualifications for teachers at all stages of their careers.
The new teaching school hubs will join six existing Test and Learn, Teaching School Hubs, meaning that there will be nationwide coverage for the first time. As part of this programme every school in England will have access to a local centre of excellence for teacher training.
Clare Crowle, Executive Headteacher at Trenance Learning Academy
‘We are absolutely delighted to have been selected by the Department for Education as a new Teaching School Hub. The Hub will bring many exciting opportunities for the schools in Cornwall to work together sharing our expertise, and to collaborate with partners across England and further afield to ensure that Cornwall stays at the forefront of educational developments, bringing the highest quality of provision for children in the county.’
Roger Pope – Principal at Kingsbridge Academy & Chairman of NCTL (Test & Learn Hub)
“This is a tremendous programme that offers teachers world-class support along a clear career pathway. Having piloted the programme for a year, we have seen the enthusiastic response from schools and the positive difference the programme is making to teachers.”
Mark Beyer-Woodgate, Director of the Chafford Hundred Teaching School Hub, Essex (Test & Learn Hub)
"The national roll-out is a great opportunity for system-level change to strengthen and simplify professional development at all stages of a teacher's career. As centres of excellence, we pride ourselves on our ability to connect with others locally and collaborate at scale. We look forward to working together and offer our support to you on your journey."
More information on Teaching School Hubs is available on gov.uk: Teaching school hubs - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
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