With curriculum changes across all Key Stages, Seven Kings Learning Partnership are shaping and developing Subject Network Groups to help support subject leaders and responsibility holders from across our Learning Partnership, Redbridge and beyond.
Seven Kings Learning Partnership has joined forces with NELTA. Our aim is:
- To combine existing groups across the Partnerships to increase participation
- To reduce the commitment on schools which belong to more than one Partnership
Anybody can attend, not just schools within our Partnership. There is no charge, they are free to attend. All we ask is for a commitment from you to attend to make them even more successful.
See below for the sessions available:
• Network with other Art colleagues
• Sharing good practice and resources
Art Forum Agenda:
- Sharing best practice, showing examples of students work. It would be good if all attending had an example of student practical work that they can share and explain during the meeting. Please come prepared!
- Assessment; assessment for learning, tracking and demonstrating progress.
If you are interested in attending this forum, please contact Carol O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
Join our vibrant community of drama educators where creativity thrives and collaboration flourishes. Our group is a dynamic hub, dedicated to sharing valuable resources, moderating both KS3 and KS4 assessment and fostering insightful discussions about the ever-evolving arts climate.
Together, we support each other’s passion for theatre and empower one another to inspire the next generation of performers, directors, and artists.
Our group meets once a term and we often email throughout the year with different methods of support.
Network Lead: Ellen Cameron
If you are interested in joining the Drama Network please email Carol O’Brien email@example.com
- Network with other DT colleagues
- Sharing good practice and resources
- Demonstrate skills needed in GCSE practical
- Outcomes for Edexcel and OCR
- Using Blooms taxonomy to help engage students into exam questions/exam preparation
- Develop theory through building links with NEA.
However, if you are interested in attending this hub email the contact person below and you will be notified when the date is scheduled
Contact: Carol O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
Support and empower EAL learners!
Come along to share good practice to help our students progress
and achieve their best and open them up to a wide range of
opportunities for the future
To share good practice to build EAL student confidence and overall wellbeing in school
Time: 3.30pm at Wanstead High School
If you are interested in attending this hub email the contact person below and you will be notified when the date is scheduled
Contact: Carol O’Brien email@example.com
Our History Network allows us to create connections with each other, offering support with curriculum planning, sharing current research, exam moderation and a space to share and develop good practice. Most importantly, we have created a space for history teachers across the Partnership to have open discussions, as well as gain support and guidance by utilising the wealth of experience within our network. Please come along and join us, all welcome!
The network meets once a term, but we do often email each other in between if we need support.
Network Lead: Jen Howlett
If you are interested in joining the History Network please email Carol O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
Working together to foster global citizens
Linguists unite! Come and join us as we reflect and learn.
Continual review of strategy and materials at GCSE and A level.
Key focus at present: implications for planning at GCSE and earlier of the new specifications; work on transition from primary to KS3.
Dates: Approx each term, for the most recent minutes please contact us. Please also suggest anything for the next agenda.
Network Lead: Alex Ferraby
If you are interested in joining the MFL Network please email Carol O’Brien email@example.com
An opportunity for Pastoral Leaders from different schools to discuss and share research and strategies which have been impactful in their own schools.
It is a place to talk about new initiatives and take ideas to try out with our own year groups. It is also an opportunity to talk about current issues facing our students and collaborate and share resources in order to support the young people in our own schools effectively.
Network Lead: Liz Withnall
If you would like more information or to join this network, please email Carol O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
An opportunity to get together to share ideas with other SEND professionals.
Each session will be an opportunity to discuss a published agenda item as per the programme followed by an open session of sharing good practice.
A curriculum and pedagogy focused Science hub:
Agenda as follows:
- Sharing Practice – mastery skills for certain topics in terms of variation for fluency
- Closing the gaps
- What are we doing to prepare our students for their exams and how are we collecting our evidence?
Who is it for:
KS3 and KS4 Science Teachers across all disciplines (Chemistry, Physics & Biology), including those with a responsibility for curriculum.
Network Lead: Yusuf Mohammed
If you are interested in joining the Science Network please email Carol O’Brien email@example.com
Come along to network with other Sociology teachers!
- Sharing good practice and resources to support GCSE & A level students in their learning.
- Close the gap.
- What are we doing to ensure our students can retain the vast amount of content to be covered within the curriculum?
Network Lead: Amberine Salam
If you are interested in joining the Sociology Network please email Carol O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org