The NAHT Aspire pilot programme started in May 2013 when thirty schools, each judged as 'satisfactory' or 'requires improvement' by Ofsted, working in four regional networks, met in London to be introduced to each other as partners in this innovative venture, and to the Aspire partner schools approach.
The pilot programme is supported by the Department for Education, and is guided by an advisory board comprising senior officials from the NAHT, EdisonLearning, the National College for Teaching and Leadership, Ofsted, the National Governors Association, and the UCL Institute for Education.
The pilot is being is being independently evaluated by The University of Derby who published their second interim report in February 2015.
You can read the report at nahtaspire.co.uk.
Page Published: 09/03/2015