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The Angel Islington Teaching School Alliance

Our Vision

Improving the education of all learners regardless of starting point or background.

Our Values

  • Building our community through education;
  • Having a passion for education;
  • Exploring creative approaches to teaching and learning;
  • Working in collaboration with all partners, inside and outside the alliance.

Key Contacts

Tina Southall
Associate Headteacher, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School
tina.southall@egas.islington.sch.uk

Jeff Cole
Islington School Improvement Service
jeffrey.cole@egas.islington.sch.uk

Dionne Smyth
Admin
dionne.smyth@egas.islington.sch.uk

Jo Dibb
National Leader of Education and Executive Headteacher, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School

 

An Islington based partnership of 15 schools along with Islington LA and UCL Institute of Education:

Arts and Media (AMSI) Secondary / Copenhagen Primary / Drayton Park Primary

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Secondary / Holloway Secondary / Hugh Myddelton Primary /

Moreland Primary / Newington Green Primary / New River College (PRU) / 

Prior Weston Primary / Richard Cloudesley Special / St Luke’s Primary / St Peter & St Paul

Primary /  Vittoria Primary / Yerbury Primary

For further information about any of the courses or support below, please contact: tsa@egas.islington.sch.uk

For further information about any of the courses or support below, please contact:


tsa@egas.islington.sch.uk

Courses for 2017/2018 (run in twilight sessions):

Courses are free for Alliance members, and open to non-alliance members:

 

Teaching Assistants (3 sessions)

Becoming an Expert Teacher (6 Sessions)

Middle Leader Development (6 sessions)

Preparation for Senior Leadership (4 sessions)

Specialist Leader of Education Training (3 sessions)

Pastoral Manager Development (6 sessions)

 

School to school support:

A range of bespoke packages can be arranged to meet your needs. 

Research:

We are currently researching:

  •  Year 6/7 pedagogy
  • Resilience
  • In 2017 we participated in the NFER Setting Research

 

 School Direct 2018:

For September 2018 start, applications open in September 2017. Applications are via UCAS. Schools Direct (salaried) is a training route into teaching where trainees get high quality training and experience through UCL Institute of Education and at two placement schools. Training teachers of the future who will inspire future leaders to excel is key for developing individuals and the wider communities to grow and thrive. We encourage applicants from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences to share our journey to education excellence.

School Direct (tuition fee) 2017/18

 

 

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