The Bath & Mendip Partnership Teaching School (TBMPTS) is an alliance of schools which adhere to the principles of a 'schools-led system' with the single aim of raising the attainment and progress of all children and young people across the area.The teaching school provides a framework to enable schools to share expertise and also commissions consultants. > Find Out More
The Bristol Early Years Teaching School Alliance (Originally established as BEYTC – Bristol Early Years Teaching Consortium) is a hub for Early Years settings and Primary Schools who wish to collaborate, learn together, question, challenge and innovate to improve provision and achievement for our youngest learners. We have great ambition.
It is led by St Pauls Nursery School and Children’s Centre, who was awarded National Teaching School status in 2012 and is judged as outstanding by Ofsted. > Find Out More
The Bristol Primary Teaching School Alliance is a hub for sharing good practice across the city, engaging in collaborative school improvement, promoting existing networks, creating new collaborations and developing CPD. > Find Out More
The Cabot Learning Federation is a partnership of schools that is sponsored by Rolls Royce PLC and The University of the West of England (UWE). The CLF now sponsors fifteen academies in Bristol, South Gloucestershire, and Weston super Mare. This means that we are responsible and accountable for the education of 8000 students between the ages of 3 and 19 and for the employment and support of over 1500 staff. > Find Out More
The Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership is made up of 21 schools across Bristol, Bath, Glastonbury and Midsomer Norton. We educate over 8,000 pupils across all age ranges from Reception to Post 16 and employ over 1500 staff. We are committed to developing our staff at all levels across the Partnership.
Backwell Teaching School leads this alliance which is part of the government’s drive to give schools more freedom and to enable schools to take increasing responsibility for managing the education system, improving the attainment of every child. > Find Out More
The Oak Partnership Multi Academy Trust was formed on 1 January 2019. Its founder member schools are three primary schools (Blackbrook Community Primary School, Ruishton CofE Primary School and West Monkton CofE Primary School) and one all-through Special School (Selworthy Special School). All four schools were inspected by Ofsted in 2018 and were rated Good. > Find Out More
The Priory Learning Trust is a successful teacher-training school. In 2016 it was awarded the prestigious National Teaching School status - a rare accolade after it fulfilled a wide range of criteria in training teachers and supporting other schools. > Find Out More
In November 2015 The Redstart Primary School in Chard, Somerset became the second primary school in Somerset to be designated as a Teaching School and is also a National Support School. This status allows us to offer professional development to schools in the area, as well as providing high quality training for our own staff. > Find Out More
Based in Somerset (at Haygrove School in Bridgwater), the Quantock Teaching Alliance is a centre of excellence with an important role to play in school-led systems and school improvement.
We engage with a range of strategic partners to support our work and enhance the opportunities available through the Quantock Teaching Alliance. We welcome like-minded professionals to work with us to share good practice through learning together; growing our offer and range of opportunities; and evolving through up-to-date research, robust evaluation and feedback. > Find Out More
SPTS is a creative, dynamic organisation that works collaboratively with an alliance of partner schools and other organisations to provide high-quality training and support for school improvement in Somerset and beyond. > Find Out More
The South Glos Teaching School Alliance (formerly NEXUS TSA) are a group of ten schools in South Glos (on the edge of Bristol) who work together to provide high quality, school led teacher training. > Find Out More
We are the only Church of England Voluntary Aided Secondary School in Bristol. We are a high achieving school with a distinctive Christian ethos. In order for young people to succeed we provide good relationships, safe boundaries and opportunities for empowered learning. Our school is a place of hope, where we treat our students as whole people and place equal worth on values, skills and a sense of self. Our vision is to help our students become fully ALIVE. > Find Out More
In June 2017 we were designated a Teaching School. In this role we train teachers, provide high quality professional development and support to other schools. We are proud of the quality of teaching and learning we offer at St Peter's and very pleased to be able to share this with others.
We aim to : Enable our staff, both teaching and non-teaching, to be the best they can. Offer our teachers the best opportunities for performance development, from ITT right through to leadership. Use the best teachers from across the partnership to drive the processes of collaboration. > Find Out More
The BEACH Teaching School Alliance was founded by teachers, for teachers at Bournville Primary School in 2016 to offer support and deliver professional development opportunities to teachers and schools around the UK. > Find Out More
Weston College Teaching School Alliance is a brand new initiative, a centre of excellence, to support leaders and governors, teachers and support staff across the region, gain the skills and experience needed to be successful. > Find Out More
As one of the Research Schools in the national network, West Somerset Research School aims to get research evidence into the hands of schools and practitioners. We share what we know about putting research into practice and support schools to make better use of evidence to inform their teaching and learning. The aim, of course, is to ensure that this improves the outcomes for children in the classroom. We help teachers and school leaders get ‘closer to the evidence’ through communication, training and support for innovation. West Somerset Research School is based at The Blue School in Wells. > Find Out More