We know that delivering a high-quality whole education takes courage, commitment and time. Our core offer is designed to support your primary school wherever you are on your journey. The programmes and events included in membership help develop your leaders at all levels so they can embed a whole education in your context.
Primary membership benefits
A reflective space for headteachers to develop their vision, connect to your purpose, foster a network of support and hear from sector experts.
Virtual meetings across the year to hear from, and be inspired by, schools who are successfully providing a high quality whole education.
Access to expert CPD webinars for colleagues interested in leading high quality SEND provision within their school.
Lab Classrooms works with middle leaders and teachers to lead change and embed two-for-one teaching strategies in their setting.
WE Stand out schools initiative
Regular opportunities across the year to visit inspirational schools and to celebrate, showcase and share what helps remarkable schools succeed.
Leading a whole education
Enables leaders to deepen their understanding of how to deliver a whole education within their school through national collaboration.
By developing a partnership based on shared values we will support your whole education journey through ongoing engagement.
Additional member benefits
Including access to WE partners, subsidised programmes, connection with other schools and trusts, and opportunities to showcase your work.
At the virtual WE Inspire event on 18th May 2022, Erica Turney and Lyndsay King spoke to our primary network about the bespoke programme for Personal Development implemented by Harmans Water Primary School.
School meals, sustainability and being more hummingbird – an interview with Barrowford School headteacher Rachel Tomlinson
Rachel Tomlinson is the headteacher at Barrowford School, which is part of the Whole Education Primary Network. The school has recently received national media attention for their vegetarian school dinner menu. WE spoke to Rachel...
On 26th January 2022, Ainslie Wood Primary School hosted a virtual event as part of our Leading a Whole Education at Primary (LAWEP) programme.
On 19th January 2022, St John’s Church of England Academy hosted a virtual event as part of our Leading a Whole Education at Primary (LAWEP) programme.
Primary schools in the network
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.
£4 per pupil per academic year for network membership for your primary school + £795 for 2x Leading a Whole Education — Primary places to support your leaders.
In order to access your membership benefits for ongoing impact there is a minimum price for membership of £750.
This combined investment gives you access to our full core offer. It reflects our ongoing commitment to working with schools to deliver a high-quality whole education for sustainable, long term impact.
You are committing to:
+ A journey to deliver on the principles of a high quality whole education in your school.
+ Learning with and from other schools in the network, sharing your own practice.
+ Identifying a senior leader to work alongside your headteacher on your LAWEP journey.
+ Communicating with your WE relationship manager to ensure you’re gaining maximum benefit from the wide range of membership benefits available to you.