WHAT IS IN YOUR MEMBERSHIP
Our core offer will support people at all levels of your school to deliver a high-quality whole education in your context. We work with headteachers, senior and middle leaders and classroom teachers to develop your curriculum, T&L and assessments to align with your whole education values.
Annual visit and support from your dedicated relationship manager
3 regional hub events hosted in local schools to share great practice
Leadership programme for SLT on delivering a whole education in your context
Teachers research and pilot two-for-one teaching and learning approaches in WE Lab Classrooms
We will be launching Leading a Whole Education at Primary with a national inspiration day. Participants will extend their understanding...Read more
Our 2020 Annual Conference will feature speakers from our first 10 years reflecting on the need for a whole education.Read more
Discover how a small (0.5FE) primary school in East Sussex used the Spirals framework to design their 'curious curriculum' and engage learners.
Kerry Scott, Headteacher of Ainslie Wood primary school, shares the benefits of being part of the WE network and her top tips for other primary schools.
Rachel Tomlinson, Barrowford's Headteacher, shares how the school's approach to relationships and restorative conversations creates an inclusive culture.
Staff were concerned about the performance of boys in one class. They used spirals to develop approaches to improve their confidence and aspiration.
We work with over 400 schools across the country, helping them learn from and with each other on how to deliver a whole education. Meet some of the schools that share our commitment to a fully rounded education
COST AND COMMITMENT
Our core offer reflects our commitment to deepening our work with schools to deliver a whole education for sustainable, long term impact. £3 per pupil per academic year (Minimum £500, maximum £2000) This investment gives you access to our full core offer for 2019/20. The table below summarises what typical small, medium and large primary schools might get out of their investment in Whole Education.