L.E.A.D. Teaching School Hub Lincolnshire is committed to its vision, supporting schools to invest in their workforce in order to grow, recruit, develop and retain the very best teachers, support staff and leaders. This is with a view to complementing the internal support already offered by the educational setting. The role of the Hub is to promote the importance of high-quality continuing professional development from Initial Teacher Training through to executive leadership, supporting teachers throughout their career in a sequential and cohesive way. The ultimate aim is to impact upon the life chances, well-being and outcomes for pupils within our region. The Teaching School Hub is designated to work with schools across Lincolnshire, outlined by the DfE as the following areas: Boston, Lincoln, North Kesteven, South Holland, South Kesteven, East Lindsey, West Lindsey, supporting every school type and phase, including Nursery, Primary, Secondary, Special and Alternative Provision.
Initial Teacher Training is the foundation of the journey into teaching. Please select this to find out more about the various providers in Lincolnshire.
The Early Career Framework and Appropriate Body Services are necessary in the first two years of the teaching journey. We are delighted to offer a range of services and support in this area. Please select the following option to find out more.
Leadership is an essential component in any successful setting. Developing leaders and teachers for the next steps in their career is an aspect which the Hub can provide. Please select this tab for more information.
The Hub is committed to ensuring that the professional development offer has a positive impact and is of the highest quality. Over time, the Hub and its partners will be collating information to demonstrate the positive impact. In the interim, current statistics relating to the region are displayed for reference.
Schools across Lincolnshire
Early Career Teachers
Curriculum Hubs and Partners
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