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.
Every mountain top is within reach if you just keep climbing.- Barry Finlay, Kilimanjaro and Beyond
It's time again for another of our popular Computing Hour sessions. Wednesday March 16th 2016: 4.00-5.00pm at Dryden Centre Martin Bailey (Director - Animate2Educate): "A Healthy APPetite. A newly updated showcase covering apps from EYFS - Year 6, designed to enable...
We've added loads more CPD opportunities taking us into May 2016. Visit educationGateshead online and take a peek at what's on offer now and then!
P Scales/PIVATS, scheduled for 19th January 2016 will now take place on 7th June 2016. This is due to new guidance being due out shortly. It will be more useful to run the course after this information has been received. With apologies for any inconvenience...
The following page on the GOV.UK website was updated on 3 December 15 2015. What Maintained Schools Must Publish Online There are some minor changes. We recommend you read the requirements in full, check your website and get in touch with us (0191 433 8597) should you...
Thanks to everyone who turned out last week for our session on school websites. Well attended and judging from the feedback, useful. Please find below the presentations/handouts from the session. If you have any questions...please contact either Peter or Chris on 0191...
Building an Outstanding Reading School: Meeting the Challenges of the New National Curriculum – 9 February 2016
with James Clements, Independent English Adviser As we look to embed the new National Curriculum into our schools, we need to examine how to best promote and teach reading. This session, sponsored by Oxford University Press and organised by educationGateshead, offers...
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