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Title: Leading Federated Partnerships through Learning and Leadership


1
Leading Federated Partnerships through Learning
and Leadership
  • Sir David Carter
  • CEO
  • Cabot Learning Federation

2
The Aims for my Presentation
  • Introduce you to the Cabot Learning Federation
  • How the National Landscape has changed since 2010
  • Sustaining Partnerships you value
  • The CLF and University of the West of England
    Partnership
  • The CLF Teaching School Alliance and School
    Direct
  • The Future

3
Introducing the Cabot Learning Federation
4
CLF and the 4-19 Journey
  • How is our Context Changing?
  • 900 staff
  • 5638 students
  • 1265 in Primary Academies (22)
  • 3870 in 11-16 (69)
  • 503 in post 16 (9)
  • 11 Open Academies
  • 6 Secondary and 5 Primary
  • New Primary Academy-September 2013-designed with
    UWE
  • The Role of our Sponsors
  • Rolls Royce PLC
  • University of the West of England
  • Teaching School
  • The CLF Teaching School Alliance
  • ITT-Primary and Secondary (27 School Direct for
    2013)
  • 40 SLE providing School to school support
  • NPQH/NPQSL and NPQML

5
What are the Key Progression Points?
  • Progression 1-ENTRY to SCHOOL
  • Progression 2-RECEPTION to Y1
  • Progression 3-Y2 into Y3
  • Progression 4-YEAR 6 into YEAR 7
  • Progression 5-TOWARDS GCSE
  • Progression 6-ENTRY POST 16
  • Progression 7-HE and WORK
  • Each Academy and each Principal specialises in at
    least one progression point

6
A Federated CPD Model Seven Stages of
Professional Development
Stage 1 Pre Graduation-Teachers for Tomorrow
Stage 2 Top Up during Degree
Stage 3 PGCE through CLF
ALUMNI GATEWAY
Stage 4 NQT Support for Outstanding Teaching
Stage 5 Becoming a Middle Leader
Stage 6 Becoming a Senior Leader
Stage 7 Becoming a Principal
7
The National Landscape since May 2010
  • Academies
  • September 1 2013-
  • 3364 Academies open or in the pipeline
  • 24 are sponsored
  • 76 are convertors
  • Free Schools (174 2011-13)
  • September 2011-24
  • September 2012-50
  • September 2013-100 approved
  • Teaching Schools-186 as of March 2013
  • UTC-31 are open or in pre-opening phase
  • Studio Schools-32 are open or in pre-opening
    phase
  • The Landscape is about more than just how we
    organise the system

8
The Validity and Value of Partnerships in the new
Educational Era
  • CLF and the University of the West of England

9
What Underpins Effective Partnerships
  • A Brief History of School to School Partnerships
  • Beacon Schools
  • Leading Edge
  • Sponsorship of strong and weak
  • Chains and Federations
  • School Led System Improvement
  • What Keeps them Alive?
  • Trust and Open Dialogue
  • Taking Collective Responsibility for students
  • 2 way effective practice sharing
  • Clarity about who is responsible for what

10
Key Characteristics of Strong Educational
Collaboration
  • Open Confident
  • Trust and respect
  • Willingness to share
  • Willingness to give and receive help
  • Shared responsibility for performance
  • Recognise that there are times when people will
    give more and times less

11
The Collaborative gene is dominant between CLF
and UWE
  • The University of the West of England
  • Better Together
  • CLF Mission Statement
  • Collaboration for Outstanding Achievement
  • Both Organisations are committed to
  • Collaboration
  • Transformational power of education
  • Impact on wider community
  • Social Justice and Equality
  • Widening Participation

12
Collaboration for Outstanding Achievement
  • Objective 1-To support all of our Academies on
    their journey to sustained Outstanding
    performance through partnership, support and
    collaboration
  • Objective 2-To develop, support and train our
    staff so that they can be inspirational leaders,
    outstanding teachers, and excellent supporters of
    student learning
  • Objective 3-To lead a sustainable future for the
    Cabot Learning Federation so that outstanding
    performance can be secured for future generations
    of students in our Academies

13
UWE and Rolls Royce PLC are the Sponsors of the
CLF
  • The Nature of Academy Sponsorship
  • What does this relationship achieve?
  • Outstanding Governance to Improve student
    outcomes
  • Critical Friendship and Educational Challenge
  • Widening Participation from the Classroom to the
    University for more students to access HE each
    year
  • 109 students from CLF joined HE in 2013
  • 37 of these are studying at UWE

14
Research and Knowledge Exchanges
  • Regional Recruitment within the Widening
    Participation Agenda
  • Milburn Report recommendation makes explicit that
    HE use more of their WP funding to achieve this
  • HEFCE funded research into enhanced
    partnerships-CLF case study within this
  • NCTL Opinion Piece by Ron Ritchie Chair of CLF
    Board-Performance Management and Critical friend
  • Sir David Carter contribution to UWE as a
    Visiting Professor

15
Taking Strategic Thinking to Concrete Actions
  • CLF Teaching School has UWE as a strategic
    partner
  • New Model of Initial Teacher Training linking
    PGCE and School Direct
  • CLF and UWE Staff work together
  • Teaching School Partnership Group
  • CLF is a Licensed Provider for the National
    College-UWE is our Lead HE partner
  • Masters for NPQH delegates
  • Quality Assurance role
  • CLF Wallscourt Farm Academy

16
CLF and UWE-Building a Teaching School
  • Why School Direct and our Alliance?
  • Benefits to the CLF and UWE
  • Range of Academies
  • Range of Expertise
  • Marketing and Recruitment to the course
  • Recruitment to the CLF and the Employability
    question
  • The Programme
  • August Summer School
  • Blend of CLF and UWE shared learning
  • Theory into Practice
  • The role of Specialist Leaders in Education
  • Immersion Weeks
  • Placement A B and C

17
World Class-How do we define this?
  • WC schools develop children and adults who have
    the team skills and the personal qualities to
    inspire others
  • WC schools generate love and respect of the arts
  • WC schools rent space to business partners for R
    and D
  • WC schools have alumni in the 1000s who want to
    put back to support next generation
  • Credibility in the UK-top 2-5 of schools
  • WC schools help others to be outstanding
  • WC schools work with Universities across the
    world to pioneer and understand learning
  • WC schools develop global students speaking
    global languages embracing global cultures
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