Kingsbury School Sports Partnership has been established for 10 years and has an excellent reputation for leading Physical Education and School Sport within North Birmingham.
It offers a wide variety of opportunities to schools such as staff professional development, young leaders training, competition, resources and innovative solutions to enhance the primary PE and sport offer.
See the Kingsbury Sports Partnership website (external link) for more information.
This is an active, cross phase group working together to improve outcomes for pupils across Erdington.
Groups within the consortium are a Head Teacher's network, Deputies network, SENCO network and Early Years Network.
The group of schools have also worked together to develop an agreed model of moderation statements for Reading, Writing and Maths in a 'life without levels'.
Where everyone has something to give and everyone has something to learn.
Thursday 14 September 2017 saw the launch of the Erdington Schools Collaboration. We are a group of seven Erdington schools working together, under a formal contractual collaboration. The other schools in the Erdington Schools Collaboration are Birches Green Infant School, Birches Green Junior School, Featherstone Nursery School, Gunter Primary School, Osborne Nursery School and Osborne Primary School.
Each school within the collaboration remains an autonomous Local Authority maintained school with its own identity, existing board of Governors, controlling its own budget, and managing its own curriculum and staffing.
The main aims of working together in this way are to enhance continual school improvement, foster community pride and secure the best possible outcomes for the children of Erdington.
Further benefits include: financial savings through the shared procurement of goods and services; joint training opportunities; smoother transition for pupils from Nursery through the primary phases.
As a Collaboration, together we will:
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