Redesigning West Sussex Schools?

Apologies for the delay in updating everyone on the Redesigning Schooling Forum we held at the end of May. The reason is below……

We did write a blog all about it at the time and were all set to release to everyone however the SSAT liked what everyone had done so much they wanted to publish it! This meant we had to delay the blog until it was published – which happened yesterday! Many thanks to everyone for their input into a great event and I hope you all managed to take something away from it that has helped form thinking or planning in some way.

I am reliably informed that this means great profile for the WSDN: “SecEd send 9000 copies into schools 3 per school – to the head, a deputy and one other, average e bulletin recipients is 8,023, and of the 16,000 twitter the articles get a 745 click-through per day so this is massive, massive profile for the network and should be celebrated.”  Hopefully this will mean good profiling for all the schools who contributed and continue to work so well together.

We are aware this work goes on across the county through a variety of ways, please feel free to use this blog or our twitter feed (@WSDN3) as a way of reaching a wider audience if you feel it is needed. We know Durrington High School put on a great TeachMeet recently with a certain celebrity presence (@StephenDrew72), the Teaching Alliances continue to develop developmental collaborative approaches and we all seek to develop ways to share and transform practice in our areas.

Please confirm in your diaries now the date for the Annual Conference the 13th November at Avisford Park. We are just seeking final confirmation but are very excited by the prospect of some of our key speakers this year. As soon as we have everything confirmed we will be sending out booking details but be assured this will not be one to miss!

Many thanks to all for a great year, have a brilliant end of term and good luck everyone for the summer!


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