Since 2012, ATLP schools have been working together to raise education standards and achievements and to enhance the life chances of all children by improving teaching, mentoring staff and sharing best practice. The academies in the partnership are: Brookvale, Hill West, Mere Green, Scotch Orchard and Slade primary schools, and the Arthur Terry, Coleshill and Stockland Green secondary schools. Each school is based in the heart of its local area and all strive to provide clear community benefits.
ATLP academies are led by exceptionally able headteachers who have the highest expectations and standards. The partnership provides a model of education support and delivery that reflects the needs and goals of its partner schools. At the centre of this, is a vision of ensuring each academy is a centre of excellence where each headteacher, leadership team and local governing body has something unique to share with the other academies. The work of the partnership is underpinned by the National Teaching School, which offers a range of leadership programmes and training and development opportunities for staff across the schools.
The partnership has the support of the National College for School Leadership, the Department for Education, as well as Birmingham Local Authority, and is seen as an example of best practice. They share a similar philosophy of education which puts the child at the heart of everything they do.
These are exciting and challenging times. By working together, schools are better equipped to successfully stay at the forefront of educational change and to provide an outstanding learning community.
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