Primary Subject Networks
Opportunity through Collaboration
As part of the wider picture of schools supporting each other to share practice and learn from each other, we have set up subject based twilight networks three times a year to bring subject leaders in a range of curriculum areas together.
Taking part in a subject network will give your teachers the opportunity to:
• Attend termly twilight meetings with other members of the network
• Keep up to date with national developments in the subject
• Share best practice in curriculum planning and assessment
• Share quality resources including keeping abreast of national materials provided by the DfE, EEF and subject associations.
|English ||Mathematics || Science || ICT/Computing||Music|
| History||Religious Education|| PE || Gifted & Talented|| |
|No. Subjects |
| 8-9|| £15|| £360 - £375|| £20|| £480 - £500|
| 4-7|| £17|| £204 - £357|| £22|| £264 - £462|
| 1-3|| £20|| £60 - £180|| £25|| £75 - £225|
First Network Meetings
The agenda for the first meeting will be very much a "getting to know you" session and will include the opportunity to:
• meet subject leads/teachers from other schools
• if relevant, hear about any local or national updates
• share "what's working well" in planning, curriculum, and assessment in your subject area
• identify what you see as areas where it would be useful to share practice
• share ideas for resources
• consider any joint CPD needs
• agree topics for the next meeting
All meetings begin at 4 p.m. at the host school.