Taking place: Alternating Wednesdays, 11am
During this challenging time, it is more important than ever to be part of a network; to have the space to talk to colleagues, hear what they are doing and share ideas.
Our WE Primary peer support network virtual meetings are designed to support you during this challenging time. They are an opportunity to learn with and from colleagues across the country during this fast-moving situation. They are based around schools sharing what they are doing that others might benefit from, and what they’re challenged by and would like others to feedback on.
WE Network Support for you
As more pupils gradually return to school, WE are continuing to host Zoom calls every other Wednesday at 11am for you to connect with colleagues, share ideas, and hear what others are doing to respond to common challenges.
To help schools collaborate and share ideas during this extraordinary time, all these virtual meetings available to all primary schools. You can register at the bottom of this page.
What WE learned during our first half-term of virtual meetings
Virtual recruitment // Wed 22nd April // what WE learned (blog)
How can we find, attract and interview the best candidates for our schools through a remote process?
Staff CPD and wellbeing // Wed 29th April // what WE learned (blog)
How can schools keep staff morale high, continue development and find ways for them to engage remotely with the school community?
A high-quality, remote, whole education // Wednesday 6th May // what WE learned (blog)
How can we provide high-quality remote learning for children, while developing their wider skills and maintaining their well-being, during school closures?
Connecting with your community // Wed 13th May // what WE learned (blog)
What enables schools to play an impactful role within their communities, beyond their gates? What can schools do to build resilient communities?
Return to school and transition // Wed 20th May // what WE learned (blog)
How can schools develop plans for returning to school to effectively settle children in, address gaps that have emerged and positively support transition for next year?