Ealing Learning Partnership 2018/19
This service is available for Academies and Maintained schools
An Ealing Council and school funded partnership promoting educational excellence through collaboration and innovation:
- Supporting every pupil to achieve the best possible outcomes and aspirations for their future.
- Attracting, developing and retaining the best education leaders and practitioners for Ealing.
- Operating for the interests of the community and all pupils.
The features and benefits of the Ealing Partnership model are detailed in the communications available at www.egfl.org.uk/elp
In brief the partnership:
- Gives schools access to an additional £571k Ealing Council funding - in addition to £164k allocation from the DfE to deliver its basic school improvement statutory duties - to support the aims and comittments of the partnership as agreed with schools through the partnership board and provide a rich core entitlement of support services.
- Be a transparent, accountable, scaleable and jointly led model which will provide what is of most value to Ealing schools
- Develop the conditions and structures for greater school-led transformation via rapid support and professional development.
- Strengthen the commitment of schools to each other’s growth and to the partnership’s aims.
- Provide clear and sustainable opportunities for headteachers to work beyond their own schools and influence area-wide improvement so that no learner is left behind.
- Enable quality assured personalised support to meet school needs.
- Provide strong infrastructure to facilitate both school autonomy and collaboration without isolation
- Enable better use of centralised resources for higher impact and excellent value for money services
- Enable reduction of overall costs for schools and the LA year on year
- Enable schools to influence and shape wider services for children and young people
95% of schools have comitted to the partnership by subscription for 2018-19.
This is the best possible foundation to support our collective aims and priorities for children and young people.
The ELP Board is now clarifying its strategic focus, action plan and ways of working for 2018-19 and communication channels will be set up to enable all schools to contribute and be kept up to date – particularly via www.egfl.org.uk/elp
It is now possible for the school effectiveness service to offer a range of traded services which are detailed and offered via the main services for schools online directory and order form.
Core office hours are Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm - service delivery hours are flexible according to need and by agreement
Ealing Learning Partnership will continue to evolve and grow alongside the commitment of its members and strong leadership from the board and will work across boundaries to the benefit of all schools and young people in Ealing. By March 2018 ELP's new pilot school improvement model will be published after rigorous consultation with schools. A new Learning and Achievement Committee will be established comprising LA and school leaders to drive forward strategy and ELP priorities.
- Julie Lewis, ELP directorate: firstname.lastname@example.org 8825 6473
Members of the ELP interim board will be happy to help with any queries headteachers and governors may have to help them make this important decision. You can find the contact details of the ELP board members on www.egfl.org.uk/elp