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Partnership Conference 2014. Welcome. The key strengths of the primary partnership are:. The university-based training, including that for special educational needs and sport, which enables trainees to understand and promote inclusion and overcome barriers to pupils’ learning

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the key strengths of the primary partnership are
The key strengths of the primary partnership are:
  • The university-based training, including that for special educational needs and sport, which enables trainees to understand and promote inclusion and overcome barriers to pupils’ learning
  • The excellent resources and facilities available to trainees which, coupled with trainees’ good understanding of how the curriculum may be taught, is leading to pupils making meaningful links between subjects and enjoying their learning
  • The way leaders have brought wider aspects of the community into the partnership and made strong links with health professionals, resulting in trainees’ good ability to recognise the full range of pupils’ needs.
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The continuing strong reputation the partnership has in the region for developing different routes into teaching and supporting school improvement

  • The trainees’ good use of research to improve their teaching
  • Trainees’ high completion and employment rates.
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Priorities for 2014-15
  • Ensure all staff who work with, support and assess trainees are aware of the partnership’s priorities for improvement and their role in meeting them
  • Improve outcomes for trainees so that more attain at an outstanding level
  • Ensure consistency in the way evidence about trainees’ attainment is recorded by school-based mentors and university-based tutors
  • Continue to raise standards of school-based mentoring across the partnership to a consistently high quality in line with the best found in the partnership
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Priorities for 2014-15
  • Further build on our existing partnership with schools, securing high quality and well chosen placements and creating opportunities to work in different and innovative ways.
  • Respond to the new Ofsted ITT framework
  • Prepare trainees to teach the National Curriculum for 2014 across all programmes
  • Continue our focus on improving confidence and performance in the teaching of systematic synthetic phonics, behaviour management, EAL, SEND, Mathematics and P.E.