Many Network groups of schools across the south have secured financing for Working With Others membership and associated supply costs from inclusion, extended schools and deprivation funding. For locality groups or networks of schools, this can be a more cost effective and efficient way than allocating individual school budgets.
Working With Others can help your network identify and apply for funding, and put you in contact with other networks that have already successfully secured group funding.
Membership packages still include the tailor-made training and support programmes that meet the specific needs of individual schools within the network and these can be topped up with additional consultancy packages and practitioner places on the WWO Essentials Course.
The WWO Essentials Course, co-ordinator and head teacher meetings are delivered only for your network group. In this way Working With Others can meet the needs of each school and enable the family group to coordinate and build closer network links among practitioners in a local area.
Carolyn Weston, Headteacher, Guestling Bradshaw
Next Course - Friday 22nd March 2013
INSET at Moffat Academy early in 2013 and a training session with trainee teachers at University of...
Starting new Partnerships across the country. Deadline for registration - 14th June 2013.