We are delighted to be working in partnership with the Chartered College to develop and grow the Chartered Teacher Programme. We do hope that you will choose to be part of it, and look forward to working with you in the coming year.
Kingsbridge Community College has been a Teaching School since 2011, taking a lead in the development of school-to-school partnership, support, and innovation with our Alliance partners. In 2016 Kingsbridge became one of the first national Research Schools in partnership with the Institute for Effective Education (IEE) and the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). Kingsbridge Research School now fulfils the exciting role of supporting schools across the South in developing innovative ways of improving teaching and learning and providing support, training and expertise to support schools in improving classroom practice through the use of the very best available research and evidence. In September 2018 Kingsbridge Community College’s Teaching School became one of the first founding members of Teaching Schools South West (TSSW). Eighteen months later, in January 2020, Teaching Schools South West was designated by the Department of Education as one of six new Teaching School Hubs nationally, with a remit to support over 300 schools in our region. KCC, a member of Education South West, is a licence holder for the Chartered Teacher Programme on behalf of Teaching Schools South West (TSSW).
about TEaching schools south west
Teaching Schools South West is a partnership of TSAs that are passionate about the self-improving, school-led system. Each of the Teaching Schools – Dartmoor TSA, Exeter Consortium and TSA, Plymouth TSA, South West TSA, South West Specialist Teaching Alliance and Torbay TSA – are committed to providing outstanding services that make real, lasting, differences to schools and their wider communities.
By sharing, we can offer schools more
By pooling our expertise, we can support more schools
By working together, our resources go further
By standing together, we can push for better arrangements for schools