NW24 Teaching and Learning Partnership is a network of schools in Bristol collaborating to ensure the delivery of the highest possible quality of education for all pupils. The partnership includes Infant, Junior, Primary, Secondary and Special schools, all from the North and West of Bristol. Learn more...

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  • Congratulations to Horfield Primary Congratulations to Horfield Primary in hosting the Bristol Children's Literature Festival Well, what a fantastic day it turned out to be! After lots of planning, the big day arrived on Saturday 14th July.  The school was sparkling both inside and out, classes were ready for our numerous guest authors, the ticket booth ready for "on the day" visitors and the sun was shining! Among the many authors running workshops were Amy Wilson, Andy Seed, John Hegley, Kjartan Poskitt, SF Said, Mini Grey and Chris d'Lacey.  As well as the author workshops, we had inspirational art and craft workshops running throughout the day and two singing workshops for KS1 and KS2. SF Said: Thank you and everyone involved with ...
    Posted 4 Sep 2018, 03:37 by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 Annual Conference 2018 NW24 Annual Conference 2018 focused this year on Improving outcomes for vulnerable learners (including: PP, EAL and SEND children) within NW24 member schools. Our audience included Heads, Deputies, Governors, SBMs and SENCo’s and secured a phenomenal turnout across the partnership. During the day, delegates explored “whole school approaches” with KeyNote speaker Marc Rowland, Head of Research at Rosendale School and how creating a culture of high expectation and aspiration, positively impacts outcomes for all and works to deliver equality of opportunity. Delegates also learnt about “high-impact” deployment of TA’s with Robert Webster of MITA, plus LA city-wide plans to deliver “equal opportunity”, so providing a local context to the topic, with Sue Rogers, Service Director for ...
    Posted 25 Apr 2018, 05:25 by Miranda Frost
  • Pupil Events - our activities so far.... The Big Bake-Off:On Thursday 1st February, Christ Church hosted a fantastic baking competition – the inaugural NW24 Big Bake in which 11 schools participated.The teams gradually arrived for the morning session, carrying their special and top secret ingredients. It was clear from the faces that the bakers were nervous, but raring to go.The recipe was revealed; a simple biscuit recipe. Concentration, teamwork and smiles were required. The teams got to work mixing their ingredients, rolling out their dough and cutting the shapes (using their special cutters). We had our expert baker and judge on hand – Amy from Anna Couture – to guide the novices. The teams had ‘Help’ cards available to ask for adult help. Teams were ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2018, 03:15 by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 Annual Conference 2018 This years NW24 Annual Conference will take place on Wednesday 11th April, from 8.30am to 12.30pm at The Bristol Pavilion, Gloucestershire Cricket Ground, Nevil Road, BS7.This year we are inviting all NW24 member schools to focus on local and collaborative solutions to the challenges we face in meeting the needs of our most vulnerable learners. How we can improve outcomes for these children?  Our aim is to identify the barriers, discover ways we might overcome these and then to seek collaborative solutions.We are inviting speakers from different walks of our community to inform from different perspectives - and so we invite all Heads, Deputies, Business Managers and Governors to attend together to make this conference and ...
    Posted 1 Feb 2018, 03:27 by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 Inset Day 2018. Another Inset Day, bigger and better than before, we welcomed nearly 600 delegates from 22 schools on the day, attending 38 CPD workshops, spanning; safeguarding, SEMBH, curriculum and education management topics.Hosted for a 3rd year by Bristol Free School, NW24 want to thank their staff yet again for their unstinting support, both before and during the event. It takes a great deal more preparation and coordination than it looks from the outside, so my thanks go especially to Pete, Sarah, Mike, Enis and Chris for working with me to make the day as seamless as possible. We also want to thank the amazing Teaching Staff from within our schools, who stepped in run workshops to share their wisdom and ...
    Posted 1 Feb 2018, 03:29 by Miranda Frost
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