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WELCOME

Welcome to the Portsmouth Education Partnership (PEP) website. The PEP brings together all Portsmouth schools and partners to improve attainment and opportunities for all children and young people across the city. Our key priorities are to drive:

  • Inclusion – we create an environment that is welcoming to all children and young people, and we do not give up on any pupil.
  • Attainment, expectations and aspirations – we have high aspirations for all of our children and help them and their families see what they could achieve.
  • Teacher recruitment and retention – Portsmouth is seen as a place of choice for the very best education professionals, where continuous learning is fostered, career ambitions met, and workloads kept manageable.

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.)

This website is aimed at giving all those working in education in Portsmouth useful information, support and resources related to all education organisations working in Portsmouth. To share information about relevant resources, support or opportunities email [email protected]

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

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

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Just for fun…

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

News

Portsmouth School Experience Programme - funding available for schools

At the beginning of September we will be launching the first of our campaigns to encourage people to consider teaching in Portsmouth. The campaign will include the invitation to prospective teachers to register to gain school experience in a Portsmouth school.
We are therefore looking for host schools to take prospective teachers over the course of the 2019/20 school year, probably over 2-3 days, and allow them to:
– Sit in on a variety of lessons, working with pupils under the guidance of the teacher;
– Receive advice from the Head or CPD lead on routes into teaching;
– Talk to a newly or recently qualified teacher in the school about their experience.
We hope to be able to secure some funding from the Portsmouth Education Elementary Fund to contribute to the administrative costs to schools of providing quality school experiences which could be up to £1500 for a school (or group of schools) able to take up to 10 prospective teachers over the course of the year. www.teachportsmouth.co.uk
To express an initial interest in taking part please contact [email protected] by Tuesday 25 June.

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CONTACT US

This is a new website, which is still being developed. We would welcome your comments and feedback. If there is anything else that you would like to see on this site then please let us know.

Contact us using the form below or by email: [email protected].

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