Support for School Leaders
In Learn-AT we prioritise professional collaboration. That means we work hard, together, (co-labour) to improve the quality of education for our children. We collaborate to improve the quality of teaching. Research evidence suggests strongly that it’s the quality of teaching that makes the biggest difference to children’s learning, and that working collaboratively supports improvement and change. So, fellowship underpins the way we work. We work together.
Robust, transparent and supportive systems of intelligent internal and external accountability ensure our schools’ leaders have a clear view of their school’s improvement needs, a clear plan and expert support to tackle them.
Learn-AT also provides bespoke support for schools in an Ofsted and /or SIAMS window, as appropriate to their school improvement needs and self-evaluation.
There are thriving, well-established groups for:
- Subject Leaders - spanning the whole primary curriculum
- School Leaders – Headteachers, Heads of School and Deputy Headteachers
- Curriculum and Pedagogy Group
- Assessment Leads
- Early Years Teachers
- Designated Safeguarding Leads
- Trust Central Finance and Operations Team
- Office Managers
- Premises Officers
- Teaching and Learning Support Assistants
- Local Governing Body Chairs’ Forum
- Local Governing Body Finance Chairs
Liz Martin, Headteacher of Meadowdale Primary School
Steve Roddy, Executive Headteacher of Church Langton CE Primary School