We work with the educational community locally, regionally and country-wide to deliver high quality and high impact education improvement services. Although the education landscape continues to change, we aim to be a point of stability, quality and innovation.
We aim always to listen carefully to the needs of schools. Our motivation in all that we do is the achievement of the children and young people we work for and with.
Please feel free to contact us to begin the conversation. Remember that we are much stronger when we work together and educationGateshead is there for you at the heart of our learning community.
To me the sole hope of human salvation lies in teaching.- George Bernard Shaw
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Conference – Raising Achievement in Mathematics for your Lowest Attaining and Disadvantaged Children – Jean Gross CBE
Wednesday 01 February 2017 Dryden Centre, Evistones Road, Gateshead, NE9 5UR This conference will give you and your staff the opportunity to consider how to raise achievement for low attaining children; whilst attending this half day of professional development. The...
Building the Outstanding Writing School – Teaching Writing: A Pathway to Success With James Clements: Independent English Adviser
Wednesday 08 February 2017 Dryden Centre Evistones Road Gateshead NE9 5UR This conference will give you and your staff the opportunity to attend a full day of professional development to reflect on how we can help every child to learn to write well by the time they...
You are invited to the regular update that we give to Sunderland Head Teachers who have bought into the educationGateshead SLA. Who is it for? Sunderland Head Teachers Venue: Lambton Primary School, Caradoc Close, Washington NE38 0PL Date: 23 November 2016 Times:...
We're doing some live Tweets from today's conference at Dryden Centre. Check them out @edGateshead and #mathscpd. The day is well underway with a large, engaged audience benefiting from expert...
16 November 2016 and 13 March 2017 9-12 noon Dryden Centre Led by Mike Carter, Tyn Can Ltd Physical Computing allows pupils to engage with the real world. The Raspberry Pi controls the inputs and outputs allowing pupils to connect LED lights, motors and buzzers...
At all levels within school they offer guidance, support and challenge.
NQTs, middle and senior leaders have all benefitted from robust training to develop practice. Andrew Firth