Staff in the schools forming the North Runnymede Learning Partnership work with pupils, parents, governors, community and providers to improve the skills, behaviour and opportunities of all children, young people and adults in their communities.
Our motto is “Working together to improve chances and choices for all in North Runnymede”.
The NRLP is a partnership between the following 12 local schools:
Working together means schools can:
What do we do?
Each year around 40 areas of joint working are organised centrally by the NRLP. Our projects include:
These are a selection of quotes from Headteachers about the impact of projects that ran during last year:
“We’ve been really pleased – we’ve received positive feedback on all activities we’ve participated in”
“Brilliant to work together on something so specific and know we are being consistent across our network”
About the Home School Link Workers: “Excellent service that is essential to bridge the gap when Children’s Services not involved but there is a need within the family” and from another school: “great support for a number of children and families under various pressures - has been invaluable having this expertise to call upon. Also have, at times, supported staff dealing with tricky situations” and another one: “Increased engagement from certain parents, resulting in better outcomes for children.”
“TAs have returned with lots of ideas and more subject knowledge. Good standard of training”
“This will result in a common language between schools and better joint working”
“Increase skill base of TAs and Class teachers”
“More knowledgeable, more able to cope and keep up to date”
“Brilliant to be able to get new TAs going in their roles, and also to train more experienced TAs in new areas”
“So nice to know you’re not on your own and to be able to thrash things out together”
“The sessions have been amazing for X. His confidence has grown massively”