The education landscape continues to evolve rapidly – the combination of government reforms, including the autonomy agenda and amendments to the Ofsted framework, is placing greater emphasis on school to school collaboration in all its varieties. While collaboration is not new to schools, the range of matters they have to collaborate on and the importance of collaboration to the success of their learning community have changed significantly. Schools must be “intelligent browsers” and be highly selective about potential partnership structures if they’re to secure the best possible outcomes for their children and young people.
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