Working and Learning in Collaboration
Schools working within the Trust have a professional, collaborative working partnership. We seek to identify best practice and expertise from within our own schools and encourage excellence to be shared.
Working together, our schools organise an action-packed programme of collaboration activities each term. The focus is always on three key areas of development:
- A project, competition or activity to support the wellbeing of each child in our schools
- Staff development and CPD to nurture excellence in teaching
- Leadership development and support to nurture further growth within our school leaders.
Schools within our local community are welcome to take part in these events at no charge.
School leaders may wish to access the extensive support network within which the Trust operates and, again, this can be arranged without the need to join the Trust.
If you would like to work on a strategic level, you might just prefer to talk through risk assessments, SEN/Inclusion support for a child (or group of children) utilising our expertise in this area or learn more about our Early Help Service, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Showcase: Working with The Key for School Leaders
Over the course of our first year, our progress was followed and investigated by Caroline Doherty on the podcast series Key Voices. Trust Executives and senior leaders shared their thoughts and reflections in response to questioning by Caroline.
Click to listen to the podcasts: first podcast 'starting out', second podcast 'early lessons learnt', third podcast 'preparing for year 2'.
Showcase: TEAM Trust Hope Project
All schools within the TEAM Education Trust were invited to take part in the HOPE Project. The project focused on encouraging hopes and dreams of our students whilst nurturing their creativity skills. The student artwork was shared with local churches and places of worship to celebrate the power of positivity, even when days are dark and lonely - the future gives us all the opportunity to HOPE!