The Inspire Partnership collaborates with schools across the country. We deliver a range of training programmes and also work with schools in their own setting to tackle school improvement challenges. This can be delivered through an NLE/SLE deployment or through contacting us directly.
Examples of this work include:
- School-based phonics training
- Teaching and learning reviews
- Support with curriculum planning
- Bespoke SEND/inclusion support
We also host regular visits and excellence days at our schools. These can be tailored to individual schools so that they make a tangible impact; close communication prior to visits ensures that days spent in our schools are focused and purposeful, with opportunities for teachers and leaders to learn from each other.
If you are interested in collaborating with the Inspire Partnership in any way, or in booking an excellence day, please contact 0208 305 7550 or email@example.com.
Cost of Excellence Days
These costs include documentation and resources to take away and use in your own schools to support and build on learning from the visit.
|Half Day||£250 including refreshments*|
|Full Day||£500 including lunch and refreshments*|
*These costs apply to groups of up to five people. For groups of six or more, there will be a £25 charge for each extra person for a half day visit and a £50 charge for each extra person for a full day visit.
We encourage schools with fewer financial resources to get in touch with us as we are keen to collaborate and would be happy to discuss the costings listed above.
"We'd like to express our sincere gratitude for welcoming us to your schools last week. From beginning to end we really were immersed in the practice and thinking which underpins your teaching and learning. It has sparked a lot of conversation both between us, and with other colleagues, as we develop our curriculum, so a huge thank you! Likewise thank you for such a well organised visit, and for such a warm welcome. We know that every school is busy, and to have dedicated your time and expertise is really appreciated."
Visiting school leaders from Kent