Collaborative learning networks
To empower staff through promoting and supporting collaborative learning networks to improve equity and excellence for children and young people.
To establish self-sustaining subject/specialist area networks, to bring about improvement in learning, teaching, assessment and attainment.
To support schools and early learning and childcare settings across the region to ensure they are designing and delivering a curriculum which has a range of pathways, meets the needs of all children and young people and leads to improved outcomes.
Families and Communities
To identify, share and develop best practices which:
- supports families living in poverty
- builds community capacity
- increases parental engagement
- provides a forum to empower young people to participate in the West Partnership
Health and Wellbeing
To share best practices in approaches to inclusive pedagogy to promote progression and increased support for children and young people and examine and explore areas of common need in health and wellbeing.
To develop a range of supportive approaches for senior leaders within an empowered system and ensuring that practitioners are well informed of evolving career pathways and opportunities for leadership.
To identify, share and develop best practices in quality improvement across the West Partnership.
Evaluating and Reporting
To support the West Partnership with self-evaluation, measuring and reporting impact of the improvement plan;
To support the West Partnership demonstrate coordinated and collective impact; and
To support other workstreams with data analysis and use of data and information.
To support the design and delivery of a series of conferences/professional learning events for practitioners at all levels.