Within the designated area of the Teaching School Hub there are a range of Department for Education Curriculum Hubs, who provide high quality training advice and consultancy to schools: including Maths and English Hubs and the Science Learning Partnership Hub
Alongside curriculum hubs are a range of other expert partners in their field, all of whom have strong links with Manor TSH and already have plans in place to provide excellence in professional development both through DfE approved, evidence-informed programmes, as well as the development of bespoke CPD to meet the specific needs of our schools in South Staffs, Walsall and Wolverhampton as we strive to move towards world-class teacher development in our local area.
In our area we work with both North Mids Maths Hub and SHaW Maths Hub working together to drive improvement in maths education.
St John Bosco provide excellent tiered support for eligible schools in our area. Click here for more information.
We work with the North Midlands Computing Hub and Birmingham and Central Computing Hub who offer access to free, quality-assured resources, training and much more.
Science Learning Partnership
The Black Country and North Midlands Science Learning Partnership aim to improve the quality of science teaching, and increase the number of subject specialists.
Behaviour Hubs offers a blend of school-to-school support, along with training delivered by expert behaviour advisers. Painsley Catholic College is our local secondary partner. Click HERE for more information
The Billesley Research School and the Staffordshire Research School both provide opportunities to explore research, review current practice and create new knowledge through collaboration and enquiry.
Music Hubs bring together local authorities, schools, community, professional and/or voluntary organisations to enable all pupils to have access to music education and there are three that cover our area.
Demonstrator schools have shown they can use technology effectively and have the capacity to help other schools and colleges to do the same. They cover both Google and Microsoft technology.