The Portsmouth Education Partnership (PEP) brings together Multi Academy Trusts (MATs), schools, colleges, early years settings, Higher Education Institutions, the Local Authority, teaching schools, the Regional Schools Commissioner (RSC), Portsmouth Dioceses and EBP South to improve attainment and opportunities for children and young people across the city.

The PEP is linked to the overarching Children’s Trust arrangements for Portsmouth which bring together all agencies whose work affects the lives of children, young people and families, including: social care, health, the Police, Jobcentre Plus, the voluntary sector and others.

This Case Study, produced by ISOS illustrates the context and the work of the partnership.

This summary of the PEP strategy outlines the vision, values and priorities of the partnership.

The full Education Strategy is available here. (Appendix Education Strategy data.)

PEP Structure and minutes of meetings

PEP Structure

To access the minutes of meetings please contact: Sarah Christopher, PEP and School Inclusion Manager.

PEP calendar of events and training

January 2019

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
  • NPQML (Cluster 1)
  • Teaching for Mastery : Lesson Design
  • Talk, Talk, Talk
  • TA Skills Training
  • SEND 0-25 Joint Commissioning Group
  • Mop Up Moderators Task
  • EMAS HT Advisory Group Meeting
  • Teaching Assistant Subject Knowledge
  • Primary Subject Knowledge Enhancement
  • Arts Network
  • SEND in mainstream Years 5-8 - Primary
  • FW: LA Heads Breakfast Briefing
  • NPQML (Cluster 2)
  • EMAS - EAL in the Early Years
  • Teaching for Mastery : Lesson Design
  • SEND in mainstream Years 5-8 - Secondary
  • Teaching for Mastery : Greater Depth
  • KS2 Science
  • Developing Deep Mathematical Learning : Pattern
  • Teach Portsmouth Recruitment Event
  • More Able Network
  • Anti Bullying Conference. Hosted by Rock Clothing
  • Year 6 Teachers Training
  • The STA 2018/19 training will be cascaded to Year 6 teaching staff.
  • Training Objectives:
    To ensure all teachers have a clear understanding of the writing standards for 2019.

    Target Audience:
    Year 6 teachers, including those new to Year 6 and Assessment Leads

    To book your place go to Portsmouth Learning Gateway (PLG) Course Code SCH/19/17

    Cost : £50


    Please note that from September 2018 there will be acharge for non-attendance or late cancellation of course places - all of thesecosts will be detailed in the course confirmation.

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  • Challenging Topics in the New GCSE
  • Primary Teachers Subject Knowledge Enhancement
  • Primary Networking for RE (Religious Studies)
  • Women Leading in Education
  • 23
    • Year 2 Teachers Training
    • Inclusion Group
    • NPQSL (Cluster 1)
    • Teaching for Mastery : Greater Depth
    • NQT - Spring Term Workshop
    • NQT - Spring Term Workshop
    • PSHE leads meeting
    • KS1 Moderation Surgery - Group 1
    • NPQSL (Cluster 2)
    • EMAS - Good for EAL - good for ALL: Vocabulary
    • Year 5- Year 8 Continuity (Portsmouth)
    • Diversity Network Meeting
    • Train to Teach Event : Graduates looking to teach
    • Train to Teach Event : Graduates looking to teach (IOW)
    • CAMHS ND Training Day
    • Year 5 - Year 8 Continuity (Southampton)
    • PSHE Leads meeting

    Just for fun…

    Take a look at this short video from Stamshaw Infant School which  is a lovely watch for parents and teachers alike.


    Portsmouth's First Wellbeing in Education Conference

    Portsmouth’s First Wellbeing in Education Conference

    I am really excited that we will be hosting our first Wellbeing in Education Conference on 25th March at the Marriott Hotel. Our Keynote speaker is Natasha Devon, Body Image and mental health campaigner.

    The conference, aimed at Head Teachers, Governors, Wellbeing Leads in Schools and colleges, Pastoral Staff, SENCos, ELSAs and professionals from other agencies who work alongside schools and colleges, aims to:

    ·        Share practical ideas to promote good mental health for pupils and staff

    ·        Explore the services and support on offer for children, young people and staff

    ·        Explore the role and remit of wellbeing leads in schools and colleges

    ·        Provide networking opportunities across health and education

    Discounts will be given for multiple delegates from the same organisation

    Book your tickets now via www.eventbrite.co.uk and search wellbeing in education.


    Further information is in the attached flyer Wellbeing Conference Flyer FINAL

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