We are delighted to have James Durran here back at Kyra Teaching School and can’t wait for him to work with teachers from across the county to share his approaches to teaching writing in primary schools.
Kyra is a thriving Teaching School Alliance of over 50 schools in Lincolnshire who are committed to working together to secure the very best outcomes for our children.What is a Teaching School
As a Teaching School we have a challenging and exciting remit: through our talented and forward thinking partnership we will contribute significantly to improving outcomes for children; holding ourselves to account for the impact of our activity. We will work transformationally, collaboratively and inspirationally to rise to the challenge of improving outcomes for children in all our schoolsFind Out More
"we will harness our collective professionalism, expertise, and moral purpose, to ensure no one is left behind, and every school and individual in our partnership thrives – to the benefit of all children"
To be truly ambitious for children, as an alliance we must ensure the connections we build have children at the centre. The Kyra Kids Council is a unique collaboration across the alliance, ensuring that we always have pupil voice at the heart of our activity, an opportunity for pupils to contribute to school improvement and to experience enriching activities. #ambitiousforchildrenFind Out More
In this case study Ali Simmons, Headteacher Sturton-by-Stow Primary School share her experience of teacher recruitment during COVID-19.
How can schools effectively evolve their school priorities to respond to the changes that Coronavirus has challenged them with?
Weekly blogs written by Claire Blackburn, Claire Blackburn BSc (HONS) dip couns BACP (reg), Counsellor Private Practice. Updated weekly with the Kyra Wellbeing Newsletter
RT @lincstsa: Have you booked your place for the October start date for 2020-21 #NPQ See our website for more details of the courses offer…21.09.2020
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We recognise it is tricky for school leaders to distill the wealth of information they currently receive. Every Fri… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…18.09.2020