We are a growing Partnership of schools. To date we are:
Compass Partnership Facts
We currently have 7 schools within the Partnership.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO OUR
The Compass Partnership of Schools cares passionately about achieving the best for your child. We commit to this by creating a fully inclusive environment that actively promotes social justice and equality, empowering everyone within our communities. We create challenging contexts for learning that develop your child’s thirst for knowledge. We believe that by encouraging your child to become actively involved in their own learning, they are empowered to question, challenge, imagine and create. This enables them to grow into a responsible citizen who wants to change the world for the better, equipped with a well-developed sense of self-efficacy. Your child’s school develops ambitious, challenging, and creative curricula that enables them to flourish socially, spiritually, culturally, emotionally, and academically. Whilst high academic attainment is important for your child’s life chances, we also believe in the importance of providing a rich experience of the arts and sport. The Compass Partnership of Schools is committed to the very highest professional standards, within a climate that values individuality, and that promotes the unique ethos of each school, sitting firmly at the heart of its community. Through collaboration, we seek to build on each school’s strengths so that we may benefit our broader Compass community.
Details about working for us
The Compass Partnership of Schools seek to recruit the very best staff. Great learning and teaching are at the heart of everything we do. Our success is determined by the way we innovate and improve them both. We are committed to personalised professional learning opportunities that support teachers and support staff in progressing their careers, by improving the quality of the educational experience for all of our children. Observed practice of each other and with each other is central to our drive to build a professional learning community, which harnesses the best quality research and builds collective capital for school improvement. We are also dedicated to the well-being and development of all our staff, and demonstrate this through our commitment to the London Living Wage, national teachers’ pay and conditions, and the clear career progression opportunities provided for all skilled, committed, and passionate members of the team.
Here is the latest news and highlights from around the Partnership
Children from across the seven Compass schools gave a sensational performance to their families, trustees and governors last night at our first Spring Concert, kindly hosted by Halley Academy. It was the first time that all of our seven schools have come together to perform, and we were treated to a variety of catchy numbers…Details
On Thursday 8th March Wingfield were visited by the Department for Education. The DfE are currently engaged in research focused on digital technology in education and the impact on teacher workload. Led by William Cutler, Head of EdTech Policy at the DfE, the research team toured the school and observed teaching and learning across EYFS,…Details
Last week our Digital Learning Strategic Team attended the Apple Education Leadership Summit at ‘The Crystal’ building. As a team we have been working closely with both Apple and Jigsaw for the past eighteen months to establish our strategic plan and direction for digital technology and learning across our Trust.Details
Executive head teachers from across the country on the SSAT (the schools, students and teachers network) programme were hosted for a day of inspirational talks at Willow Dene School this week.Details
On April 20th 2017 our DTSG launched their strategy for the development of Digital Learning and Technologies across the Compass Partnership. This event took place in a unique venue,Details