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Collaboration & Sharing

BPET fosters a culture of sharing best practice and expertise across all schools, where staff can learn from each other as well as from external experts and consultants.

As part of our continuing professional development offer, we create opportunities to share the high quality provision in every BPET school in a meaningful and practical way. 

Network Events

  • Headteachers Network
  • Deputy & Assistant Headteachers network
  • Subject Leader Network for English, mathematics, science, physical education and humanities

Specialist Network Sessions

  • Assessments Leaders
  • SENDCo and Inclusion Leaders
  • Safeguarding Leaders
  • Computing Leaders
  • Learning Reviews
  • Learning Reviews: Refresher Training
  • Eco Champions
  • School Operations Managers
  • Site Managers
  • Chairs of the Local Advisory Boards (LAB)
  • Clerks to the LAB
  • Career Stage Expectation (teaching staff; line managers)

Curriculum Showcases

Over time, we have found that subject networking meetings are best celebrated and shared through one-off showcase events. We run curriculum showcases on:

Music

  • curriculum presentation
  • intent and implementation
  • impact and discussion
  • capturing music impact on video for SEN and gifted children
  • djembe drumming workshop for teachers of KS1 curriculum, ukulele and recorder KS2 curriculum, keyboard glockenspiel, djembe and guitar.

Art

  • curriculum discussions
  • sketchbook and outcomes review
  • comparing practice, pedagogy, lesson structure and timetabling
  • pupil discussions with KS2 and lesson observations.

History

  • curriculum presentation and history curriculum enrichment
  • sharing good practice and outcomes review
  • pedagogy, lesson structure and timetabling
  • learning walks and lesson observations.

Curriculum showcasing

 

Really useful to meet people in similar roles talking through different scenarios, share experiences is powerful as you normally don't have time to sit and reflect you just have to go on. It is great to have external input and time to think and reflect on our practice. - Emma Fallon, Deputy Headteacher at The Heights Primary School