An invitation to join Voice Bradford and improve your teaching and learning

This is an invitation to schools and settings from the Bradford area to become involved in Voice Bradford and to improve oracy in their schools through joint practice development.

VOICE BRADFORD is inviting expressions of interest from schools and settings from the Bradford area to become involved in Voice Bradford and to improve oracy in their schools.

 

Six Bradford schools, who are leaders in oracy, have been identified, through a rigorous process, as having exceptional practice in the teaching and learning of oracy. They have volunteered to share their expertise with local schools and settings.

These six Hub schools have already travelled on a significant journey to improve teaching and learning in their school over several years.

This invitation is to work with them to identify and implement strategies that will support the improvement of teaching and learning through oracy in your school or setting.

This is the first year of Voice Bradford. It is envisaged that joint practice development between Hub and Partner schools will last through this and into the next academic year.

Application Process

To apply please complete the attached application form to be signed by the Headteacher by 5pm on Tuesday 14 February 2017.

An initial screening will ensure schools/settings expressing an interest meet all the criteria for being a partner school.

Hub School Oracy Champions will then visit the applicant schools/settings which will include a learning walk and a conversation with senior leaders.

We expect around 12 schools or settings will then be chosen to be partner schools/settings and will work with an identified hub school over 5 terms.

For Further information please visit our website page:

http://bradfordbirthto19.co.uk/voice-bradford

Telephone: 01274 494898

or email: teachingschool@stedmundsnscc.com


Opportunity

Published: 26/01/2017
Audience: Headteachers, Heads of EY settings
Contact: Christian Bunting

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