What are Education Partnerships?
What is the Association and who are we for?
We are decidedly not precious about membership or participation in our meetings, debates and events. We want to complement, not duplicate, and to work with all those who believe that a strong and healthy school system requires an open, collaborative, accountable and ambitious culture that listens to and works for, the benefit of all. Sign up now if you would like more information or simply to express support for our core beliefs.
EFFECTIVE EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS - the AEPA inaugural conferenceTo be held on Friday 14th September, the first conference of the newly formed Association of Education Partnerships will focus on three of the big issues local partnerships face.
Our Core Beliefs
Collaboration is everywhere, but it is often inward looking
Place still matters
We need new ways of working with local authorities
Unintended consequences leave too many behind
Social, emotional and cultural capital is also our responsibility
Partnerships need a national presence and voice
- Hinds urges Ofsted to ensure new MAT evaluations aren’t ‘undue burdens’
- Big drop in exam security breaches despite high-profile social media leaks
- Early phonics achievers three times more likely to ace KS2 reading test
- National Reference Test results: Maths scores rise but no change for English language
Other Interesting blog & news sites
Our Affiliate Organisations
Birmingham Education Partnership
Brighton & Hove Education Partnership
Buckinghamshire Learning Trust
Cheshire West and Chester Association of Primary Headteachers
Haringey Education Partnership
Herts for Learning
Liverpool Learning Partnership
NW/LWY School Improvement Partnership Board
Oldham Education Partnership
The Bolton Learning Partnership