South Liverpool Learning Network
Hello Everyone! - whilst we are all working in a very different way at the moment I want firstly to send out a 'huge thank you' to all of the 'hubs' who are continuing to support pupils and their families/carers and communities and of course all of the teaching staff who are all doing amazing work ..... as ever!
I would like to add to our SLST website any FREE resources /websites which may help to support our hubs/schools/communities at this time - by now, of course, you may already be aware of many of these and I know that there is a lot of support, networking and sharing of information/resources taking place, but I hope that this will also help in some small way with any resources easily accessible in one place on our SLST website - Home Learning and Resources page.
A link below will simply take you to a new page I have created with links to resources/websites which might help continue to support staff and pupils both attending 'hubs' and at home - whilst, of course, we also remember that all of our pupils still take some time for some fun and exercise
- Click the link below which will take you to a whole set of FREE home learning resources - I will keep adding as appropriate over the coming weeks.
- Home Learning & Resources
Keep inspiring, sharing and taking care of yourselves and your families/communities.
Best wishes to all.
The South Liverpool Learning Network is made up of 18 primary schools, 1 special school and 1 secondary school. The schools are listed below:-
Banks Road Primary
Booker Avenue Infants
Booker Avenue Juniors
Garston C of E Primary
Holy Trinity Catholic Primary
Liverpool College (Primary)
St Austin's Catholic Primary
St Ambrose Catholic Primary
St Anthony of Padua Catholic Primary
St Christopher's Catholic Primary
Springwood Heath Primary
Stockton Wood Primary
Abbot's Lea School
The Academy of St Nicholas
The aims of the network include:-
- To focus on raising the standards of teaching and learning across the Network Schools
- To provide strategic management and leadership support for Headteachers and Leaders in the Network
- To develop a joint CPD plan for network schools to address training and development needs involving groups of schools in the network
- To foster collaborative links between schools in the Network and to facilitate the sharing of good practice
The network is managed via the SLLN Development Sub-group made up of 7 Headteachers from the Learning Network schools. One Headteacher acts as SLLN Chair - L. Gibson for 2019/2020.
The full group of headteachers usually meet every half term. The Sub-group meet every half term approximately 2 weeks before the full meeting.
The SLLN Administrator is Andrea Dearden - firstname.lastname@example.org who provides support for servicing meetings and organising CPD and events. The administrator actively seeks best value options for CPD and events on behalf of the network; organises and services termly full Headteacher meetings/briefings; assists in facilitating network opportunities with the network and provides a channel of communication between member schools as well as liaising with the Senior School Improvement Officer for Collaboration and Networking, Judy Boyce, as well as other LA officers.