Our Achievements

It is now a few years on since the publication of Creating a self-improving school system (July 2010).

It argued that clusters of schools working in partnership could potentially create a self-improving school system.   The concept of such a system was supported in the coalition government’s white paper, The importance of teaching (HM Government, 2010).

School partnerships, the building blocks of a self-improving system, are being established in many different forms across thousands of schools in England in response to the coalition government’s policy of transferring the main responsibility for teacher development and school improvement away from local authorities and other providers and directly to schools themselves.

For Tewkesbury and District Partnership this is a matter of building on well-established foundations and we have been extremely procative in providing excellent oppurtunities for the children, teaching and support staff within our schools.