Keep Informed - October 2018
- National Professional Qualifications (NPQML/NPQSL/NPQH) – APPLY NOW!
- Local Leader of Education (LLE) and Specialist Leader of Education (SLE) status - APPLY NOW!
- Professional Learning Events in 2018-19 - APPLY NOW!
National Professional Qualifications (NPQML/NPQSL/NPQH) – Apply Now!
LLF TSA with The Humber Teaching School is pleased to announce that they have been awarded DfE accredited NPQ provider status for the delivery of National Professional Qualifications (NPQ) over the next three years. NPQML, NPQSL and NPQH will be available to schools during this period.
You can APPLY NOW for places on one or more of the following:
- National Professional Qualification for Middle Leadership (NPQML)
- National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL)
- National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH)
The closing date for applications for NPQML and NPQSL courses to start in January 2019 is 12 noon on Friday 14 December 2018.
The closing date for NPQML, NPQSL and NPQH courses to start in September 2019 is 12 noon on Friday 30 August 2019.
Local Leader of Education (LLE) and Specialist Leader of Education Status
Apply now to become a Local Leader of Education (LLE) or Specialist Leader of Education (SLE). The current application window will remain open until 12 noon on Friday 9 November 2018. Assessments will be held in late November.
Applications are particularly welcome from experienced school leaders with at least 3 years leadership of a good school and outstanding teachers with at least 2 years' leadership experience.
Local Leaders of Education (LLE) are headteachers with at least 3 years’ experience in a good or outstanding school who have completed successfully a local application and assessment process.
Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE) are outstanding middle and senior leaders in positions below Headteacher, including deputy and assistant Headteachers, subject leaders, pastoral leaders and school business managers, with at least two years’ experience in a particular field of expertise and a successful track record, supported by substantial evidence of impact, of working effectively within their own school and/or across a group of schools.
Visit the Local Leader of Education and/or Specialist Leader of Education pages on this website for more information and to download the Autumn 2018 application form. Alternatively, you can download the application below:
- Local Leader of Education (LLE) Application Form (Parts 1 & 2): Autumn 2018
- Specialist Leader of Education (SLE) Application & Reference Form: Autumn 2018
Remember the closing date for receipt of applications in this application window is: 12 noon on Friday 9 November 2018.
Apply Now for Professional Learning Events in 2018-19
Professional Learning programmes and application windows are open for booking. Applications can be made online or by post/fax to the TSA Events Office. Please visit the Events page on the LLF website for more information.
For more information and to apply: please apply using our online form or telephone 01724 842960.
Annual Partnership Report 2017-18
The Annual Partnership Report of LLF TSA has just been published. It details the work of the Teaching School Alliance over the twelve months from 1 September 2017 to 31 August 2018. The report can be read here.
LLF TSA Partnership Growing Fast
By the beginning of September 2018, our membership had expanded to over 130 partner and associate schools and colleges
LLF TSA is working closely with The Humber Teaching School in the promotion and delivery of Initial Teacher Training, Professional Learning & Professional Support and with Huntington School, York and KYRA Teaching School, both National Research Schools, in terms of Research & Development.
Bishop Grosseteste University, Hull University and York St John University are our Higher Education Institution (HEI) Strategic Partners, focused especially on supporting the delivery of Initial Teacher Training .
Initial Teacher Training places for 2018 trainees are being provided by Bishop Grosseteste University, Hull University with The Axholme Academy, North Lincolnshire SCITT and York St John University with LLF TSA. The current table of partners and associates can be viewed here.
Specialist Support for your School is Available Now!
Leading Learning Forward TSA is pleased to announce that Professional Support is available now to assist school improvement priorities. Support for school leadership is provided by the TSA’s team of experienced Local Leaders of Education (LLE), whilst our team of Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE) is available to provide individual and team support in areas including:
Literacy & English – Phonics – Science - ICT & Computing – Music - Numeracy & Mathematics – Special Educational Needs – Early Years – Primary – Secondary - Behaviour Management & more besides.
Please contact the TSA office or visit the relevant pages on this website for more information. Requests for support can be made by completing the online form.
The current updated list of partners of the Leading Learning Forward TSA is as follows (updated on 1.9.18):
- Alkborough Primary School
- Bishop Grosseteste University: Higher Education Institution (HEI) Partner
- Brumby Junior School
- Bushfield Road Infant School
- Castledyke Primary School
- Crosby Primary School
- Coritani Academy (formerly YPEC)
- East Halton Primary School
- Fluent Coaching Ltd
- Frodingham Infant School
- Goxhill Primary School
- The Grange Primary School
- Humber Teaching School (Strategic Partner)
- Huntcliff School
- Hull University (Strategic ITT Partner)
- Lincoln Gardens Primary School
- North Lincolnshire Council: Lead Strategic Partner
- North Lincolnshire Museum Service & Normanby Hall
- North Lincolnshire Initial Teacher Training (SCITT)
- North Lincolnshire Children’s Therapy Service (NHS)
- Oakfield Primary School
- St Barnabas C of E Primary School
- St Martin's Church of England Primary School
- St Hugh’s School: A National Teaching School
- St Luke’s Primary School
- The Axholme Academy
- The St Lawrence Academy
- Sir John Nelthorpe School
- West Butterwick Church of England Primary School
- Westcliffe Primary School
- York St John University (Strategic ITT Partner)
Professional Learning in 2018-19 and beyond
Leading Learning Forward TSA is pleased to announce the publication of the latest Professional Learning programme. Details of all events, together with charges and details of how to apply can be found in the Events section of this website.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is School-to-School Support?
School-to-School Support is an effective way to help schools, departments and individual school staff to improve practice, make progress and raise levels of attainment for learners. It provides opportunities for mutual school visits supported by a Local Leader of Education (LLE)or a Specialist Leader of Education (SLE). So, if you are looking for support, if you have a teacher who would benefit from one-to-one support or a group of teachers who need help and advice; if you want to raise standards in your school, improve teaching quickly and effectively or need support to improve leadership and management across the school, then School-to-School Support is what you need!
Leading Learning Forward TSA, led by St Hugh’s School as the National Teaching School is responsible for appointing and deploying Local Leaders of Education (LLE) and Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE) to ensure that school-to-school support is provided effectively, efficiently and in line with national standards.
What are Local Leaders of Education (LLE)?
Local Leaders of Education (LLE) are experienced headteachers of successful schools, who have been appointed through a local application and assessment process by LLF TSA in association with Teaching Schools Council.
What are Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE)?
Specialist Leaders of Education (SLE) are outstanding middle and senior leaders in positions below Headteacher. They include deputy and assistant Headteachers, subject leaders, pastoral leaders and school business managers, with at least two years’ experience in a particular field of expertise and a successful track record, supported by substantial evidence of impact, of working effectively within their own school and/or across a group of schools. They have been appointed through a local application and assessment process run by the TSA in association with the Teaching Schools Council.
Join Us! Become a Full Member of LLF TSA!
Applications are invited from schools, colleges and academies as well as any other individual or organisations which would like to join Leading Learning Forward TSA.
Thank you to everyone who has contacted in recent months. We look forward to growing our partnership with you and the rest of the Alliance in the future.
Meeting Schedule in 2018-19
|Autumn Term 2018|
|System Leaders Network||Thursday 8 November||4.00 pm||St Hugh's|
|Strategic Board||Thursday 6 December||10.00 am||St Hugh's|
|Spring Term 2019|
|Planning Group: Learning & Leadership||Wednesday 6 February||1.30 pm||LDC|
|Strategic Board||Wednesday 20 March||1.30 pm||St Hugh's|
|Summer Term 2019|
|Planning Group: Professional Support||Tuesday 21 May||1.30 pm||LDC|
|System Leaders Network||Thursday 20 June||4.00 pm||St Hugh's|
|Strategic Board||Tuesday 9 July||10.00 am||St Hugh's|
Leading Learning Forward TSA Contacts
If you would like to get involved in the work of the TSA, then please contact the people below.
|Chair of Strategic Board & Alliance Partnership||Tracy Millard||St Hugh’s|
|PA to the Teaching School Headteacher||Justina Jones||St Hugh’s|
|TSA Administrator||Catherine Thompson||TSA Office|
|Director of Teaching School Alliance||David Eaton||TSA Office|
For further information, membership enquiries or to request an initial visit, please phone the Teaching School on 01724 842960 or email: LLF.TSA@northlincs.gov.uk
This page is updated at the beginning of every month. The official newsletter of the Leading Learning Forward TSA is published at least once a term. Update e-mails are sent out to partner schools and associate members at regular intervals by the Teaching School as the need arises.
Page updated: 19 October 2018