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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  • NW24 Annual Conference A big thank you to all who participated in our Annual Conference to make it the most upbeat and proactive celebration of our year. We welcomed truly uplifting choral performances by 4 schools, followed by presentations of Pupil-Projects for 2017-18, delivered by School Councillors from our primary and secondary schools, and listened to inspiring presentations made by the South Wests very own Youth Mayors. We were joined by Claire Hiscott, Councillor and Cabinet Member for Education and Skills. Member schools across the partnership, signed up to lead and participate in many of the Pupil Projects volunteered by the School Councillors, whilst Headteachers, Business Managers, Deputies and Governors worked in cluster-groups to help shape NW24's focus and ...
    Posted 26 Apr 2017, 03:43 by Miranda Frost
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    Posted 7 Nov 2017, 09:35 by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 Inset Day 2017 Hosted at Bristol Free School, this event attracted over 500 delegates, from 20 schools, attending 23 different courses, (which accounted for 30 workshops) over the course of the morning and afternoon. Feedback from attendees on the workshops they attended was extremely positive and all ideas for new, additional and repeat workshops have been captured in anticipation of 2018. NW24 would especially like to congratulate and thank those Teachers who led workshops and inspired their peers - we appreciate the time, energy and enterprise this takes, so thank you all and we encourage others to embrace this opportunity next year.  We would also like to thank the Site, IT and Catering teams at BFS for supporting NW24 for the second year running ...
    Posted 19 Jan 2017, 09:50 by Miranda Frost
  • NW24 SEN Summit: Lead by NW24 we intend to address changes to SEND funding that may impact provision within our schools. We have the opportunity to hear first hand, an overview of current SEN and high needs funding and provision in Bristol, brought to us by Paul Jacobs, Service Director, Education and Skills, Bristol City Council and Annette Jones, Head of Specialist Education and Access, Bristol City Council. This is an opportunity to understand why SEN provision is in the position it is, the reality now and future projection.We believe that NW24 has influence: through bringing together stakeholder-groups we have an opportunity to shape Local Authority thinking with a selection of constructive and creative and well thought ideas, that may provide ...
    Posted 14 Nov 2016, 14:34 by Site Admin
  • NW24 Twilight Google Training 90 minutes which will save you hours......!Mark Allen is going to show member schools how to use the NW24 Hub and maximise our ability to share and communicate - but along the way, will also sprinkle general-purpose gold-dust: labour-saving, time-saving and face-saving organisational tips and tricks, that may just turn out to be life-savers....WhereRedland Green School, ITC Suite 4C6When: Thursday 13th October 4.00pm-5.30pm​See you there!
    Posted 11 Oct 2016, 04:23 by Miranda Frost
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