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Hamwic Trust and Mayflower Partnership

Sholing Junior School joined the Hamwic Education Trust (HET) in 2018.  The aim of the Hamwic Education Trust is to establish self-improving school systems by creating local Partnerships of schools where School Leaders take a collective responsibility for student outcomes.

 

Some of the benefits of being part of the Hamwic Education Trust include:

  • The utilisation of local expertise
  • CPD and training opportunities for staff across the Multi Academy Trust
  • Highly trained staff including an experienced advisory team, National and Specialist Leaders of Education working with schools in order to raise standards, monitor progress and attainment for individual schools and across all phases
  • Provision of managed services to support in school business functions including finance, HR, Health and Safety and IT solutions

MAT Name:

Hamwic Education Trust

Registered MAT Office:

Unit E, The Mill Yard

Nursling Street

Southampton

SO16 OAJ

Chief Executive Officer:

Robert Farmer

MAT Telephone Number:

023 80786833

Company Number:

10749662

Name and correspondence address for Chair of Board of MAT:

Dave Ellis

Unit E, The Mill Yard

Nursling Street

Southampton

SO16 OAJ

MAT website:

www.hamwic.org

Within the HAMWIC Education Trust, Sholing Junior School is part of The Mayflower Partnership: a multi-academy partnership based in Southampton.

 

The academies in the Mayflower Partnership are:

 

Partnership Board

The board consists of the headteachers and Chairs of Governors from each school and they meet once/term.

MAYFLOWER PARTNERSHIP ACTION PLAN 2018-19

Targets (objectives)

Actions (Processes)

To improve attendance for specific groups

  • Share strategies of good practice (Attendance Officers)
  • Identify common areas of reasons for absence (and attendance!)
  • Revise targets for different groups
  • Publish attendance data for each school in partnership every 1/2 term
  • SENCO monitoring of attendance for SEND pupils
  • Attendance included on IEPs
  • Focus for Peer Reviews

Development of middle leaders

  • Raise expectations of middle leaders
  • Focus on AfL in foundation subjects – reporting and recording
  • Share good practice – subject leader meetings (1 per term)
  • Provide opportunities to work with SLT/SLEs to observe and carry out work scrutiny
  • Review curriculum planning in light of the new framework, respect of pupil engagement and skill progression
  • Focus for Peer Reviews
  • Access to Beechwood & PTSA CPD opportunities

To improve outcomes at greater depth in writing and maths

Review and further develop good practice of ‘Loopy Maths’ at KS 1

  • Share practice of participating schools
  • Moderation of GD pupil books
  • Staff visits to observe and discuss provision of maths
  • Ensure that task design enables pupils to access and demonstrate deeper learning
  • Share planning across schools
  • Focus for Peer Reviews

 

Review and further develop good practice of maths at KS 2

  • Share practice of participating schools
  • Moderation of GD pupil books
  • Staff visits to observe and discuss provision of maths
  • Ensure that task design enables pupils to access and demonstrate deeper learning
  • Share planning across schools
  • Focus for Peer Reviews

 

Review and further develop good practice of writing

  • Share expertise of writing leads in each school
  • Moderation of GD writing
  • Exemplification – publish examples from each school
  • Writing prize for each school
  • Plan a unit work targeted at GD in Summer 1 for Year 4 and Year 1
  • Focus for Peer Reviews
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