Amanda Scott, executive director of the Latymer Foundation, explains how the school community has been widening access to educational opportunities for children during the pandemic.
RGS Newcastle has been working with local industry and foundations to fund partnerships teachers. John Smith, director of partnerships at the school, explains how the model is developing in practice.
Lisa Bradshaw, head of science at Withington Girls’ School, explains how a peer-led partnership initiative is supporting younger pupils with STEM learning.
‘When we work together to make informed decisions, with students at the helm of this work, we can make a significant impact to our planet as a single school’
Hélène Bonsall and Cat Davison, of Sevenoaks School, detail how the school is putting sustainability at the forefront of its curriculum, ensuring students play a lead role in creating positive change.
Anna Tomlinson, headteacher of St Margaret’s School for Girls, explains how a partnership with the Women’s Business Centre is encouraging young girls to consider entrepreneurship as a future career choice.
Helen Pike, master of Magdalen College School, reflects on the vital role that partnerships play in ensuring that all children can have access to a truly creative and fulfilling education.
Sophie Bennett, assistant head (partnerships and public relations) at UCS Hampstead, explains how a new partnership event is promoting a love of STEM learning beyond the classroom.
Andrea Rutterford, principal of Latymer Prep School, and Yuvraj Nirwal, director of Teaching & Learning at Latymer Upper School, explain how the school is celebrating the contributions of black people not just this month but across the year.