NAHT school improvement programme NAHT Aspire recently launched its new Accredited Partner programme, which enables organisations, following successful training and accreditation, to deliver the Aspire programme and its related components in an area to a school or group of schools.
NAHT Aspire is delighted to welcome a new accredited partner to the team, Partners in Learning Academy Trust, based in Sussex, following its recent accreditation to deliver the programme. The schools within the Trust, Baldwins Hill Primary School and Halsford Park Primary School, have worked with NAHT Aspire since 2014, and Glenn Livingstone, executive principal of Partners in Learning Academy Trust, has been an associate delivering the NAHT Aspire TLIF programme.
Glenn Livingstone said: “Partners in Learning Academy Trust have utilised the NAHT Aspire programme to transform teaching and learning and empower leadership through a more collaborative approach. This has led to significantly improved outcomes for our children.
“Becoming the first NAHT Aspire accredited partner is both exciting and an honour, as it allows us to share the well-researched and highly effective strategies with others and continue to develop our own practice at the same time.”
Jerry Baker, managing director at EdisonLearning, commented: “We are delighted to have Partners in Learning Academy Trust on board as an accredited partner and look forward to working with the trust in this capacity. This is a fantastic opportunity for any trust or teaching school alliance to support other schools, or groups of schools, in our successful programme as well as support their own continued professional development.”
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First published 29 March 2019