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The North Gloucestershire Partnership. Jane Hamshere Partnership Manager. Before Collaboration. Schools working largely in isolation College and schools in competition No reciprocal arrangements for excluded pupils Limited provision of Level 1 and 2 applied learning/vocational courses.

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the north gloucestershire partnership

The North Gloucestershire Partnership

Jane Hamshere

Partnership Manager

before collaboration
Before Collaboration
  • Schools working largely in isolation
  • College and schools in competition
  • No reciprocal arrangements for excluded pupils
  • Limited provision of Level 1 and 2 applied learning/vocational courses
who are the partners
Who are the Partners ?
  • 4 schools- Cleeve, Tewkesbury, Winchcombe, Alderman Knight Special School
  • 1 college- Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology (GLOSCAT)
  • Cleeve and Tewkesbury are 11-18 schools 1524 and 1743
  • Winchcombe is 11-16 478
  • Alderman Knight 5-16 55
characteristics
Characteristics
  • High achieving

Winchcombe - 69% A*-C

Tewkesbury - 79% A*-C

Cleeve - 75% A*-C

  • Specialisms are Technology ,Languages and Science
  • College – 98% pass rate at A Level/15% increase in top grades over 2 years/all 16-19 results at or above benchmark
our vision
Our Vision
  • Promote the ethos of inclusion
  • Identify local needs and drive forward change
  • Ensure a coherent strategy for the development learning 14-19
  • Consolidate the partnership in a Trust
our targets
Our Targets
  • High quality provision for applied learning for all our students
  • 90% of students choosing to stay within the partnership to the age of 19 by 2013
  • 85% achieving a Level 2 qualification in English and Maths at 19 by 2013
  • No students permanently excluded from the partnership schools and an alternative learning opportunity offered for each student for whom this would normally be the outcome
  • Coordinated services for young people who have difficulties coming to school and achieving
the role of the partnership manager
The Role of the Partnership Manager
  • Coordinate the introduction of Diplomas across the partnership
  • Manage the work of the Board/Groups
  • Research
  • Manage provision for excluded pupils
  • Bid for funding and sponsorship
  • Develop industry/business links
pastoral group
Pastoral Group
  • Behaviour and attendance audit
  • Develop behaviour management strategies with schools
  • Oversee the work of support agencies
  • Share best practice
  • Monitor pupil progress and managed moves
curriculum group
Curriculum Group
  • Diplomas
  • Evaluating current provision
  • Timetable decisions
  • Transport
  • Options
  • Negotiate change
diplomas
Diplomas
  • Audit of staff skills and experience
  • Forming Diploma groups
  • Gateway self-assessment
  • Employer engagement
  • Facilities assessment and planning
alternative curriculum 2007
Alternative Curriculum 2007
  • Each partner offered one new course
  • Students apply - CV and interview
  • 4 courses are Level 2, all run on Tuesday
  • Engineering, Construction and the Built Environment, Photography and Performing Arts (Acting)
engineering group
Engineering Group
  • Developed from the Gateway discussions
  • Now involves 2 International employers and all partners
  • Raised the profile of engineering in all 3 schools
  • Involves employers in assessment, challenge and selection
issues
Issues
  • Trust
  • Money
  • Retaining individuality
  • Local issues
  • Transport
  • Communication
successes
Successes
  • Agreement to become a Trust
  • Capital bid for new learning centre
  • Alternative curriculum offer
  • No permanent exclusions
  • We’re still together!
future challenges
Future Challenges
  • Raising the school leaving age
  • Funding 14-19
  • The impact of the Diplomas
  • ICT developments
  • Local and national politics
  • Falling rolls
the ict challenge
The ICT Challenge
  • 4 Partners
  • Information, Advice and Guidance in 2008
  • Different stages of development
  • VLEs
  • Money for development
  • Developing a shared vision
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