School to School Support Packages
2016 – 2017
The North Liverpool Teaching School partnership can support schools through NLE, LLE and SLE deployments as well as practitioners through the strategic schools within the North Liverpool Teaching School Partnership. if there is an area of the curriculum you would like support with please email the Teaching School for us to develop this work further. Costs to support include supply costs to the school that has deployed the member of staff to the requested school to school support school plus an administration fee for deployment.
Charges are as follows: National Leader of Education (NLE) £450 per day, Local Leader of Education (LLE) £350 per day, Specialist Leader of Education (SLE) £350 per day and teaching staff from strategic schools £250 per day.
Our team of school leaders including National Leaders of education (NLEs) and Specialist Leaders of Education (SLEs) can work with you to identify appropriate strategies or support for your school including any experience we have of dealing with similar challenges.
School to School support is an effective way to help schools improve practice, teaching and learning and make progress.
School to School support can take a variety of forms which can include:
- Diagnostic visits
- Learning Walks to review your provision or to learn from other provisions
- Support with action planning
- Support in identifying key priorities and measureable targets
- Individual or group support
- Access to support and training to support you
- Coaching and mentoring support
School to School deployments can vary in length for example form a day, to a few days or much longer, depending on what you need. The time can be arranged as a single block or spread out across a longer time period.
School to School Support can also be purchased as a Package for example:
Example School to School Support Package
Example purpose of deployment: A school requiring support in developing the role of the mathematics subject leader with a focus on Assessment in order to raise standards in Year 4.