Oasis Academy Warndon is proud to work with a number of different partners across the UK. Please take a look at their websites for more information.
Stourport SCITT is the longest established school based teacher training provider in Worcestershire. They deliver training by outstanding teachers, Specialist Leaders in Education and National Leaders of Education. They work closely with Birmingham City University and a partnership of primary and secondary schools across Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire to provide high quality teacher training courses year on year.
The Institute of Education works in close partnership with many schools and other settings across the region, ensuring best practice and building links for teaching placements and future employment. The Primary Partnership currently works with approximately 500 early years and foundation stage, Key Stage 1 and 2 educational settings. This Partnership services the initial teacher education requirements of the Institute’s primary undergraduate (BA) and primary postgraduate (PGCE) programmes, as well as providing opportunities for our foundation degree programmes and other provision for newly qualified teachers (NQTs).
Heart of Worcestershire College is a further and higher education college that offers full time and part time courses in a diverse range of specialist subject areas. From courses for school leavers to affordable higher education and professional qualifications, thry ensure our training is relevant to significantly improve employability prospects.
Teaching Leaders is an education charity, whose mission is to address educational disadvantage by growing a movement of outstanding middle leaders in schools in challenging contexts across the country. We do this by working closely with schools on their middle leadership development, offering two programmes: Teaching Leaders Fellows and Teaching Leaders Teams.
Thrive helps adults prepare children and young people for life’s emotional ups and downs. The Approach teaches you how to be, and what to do, with children’s differing and sometimes challenging behaviour. As a result, children become more self-assured and ready to engage with life and learning. Based on neuroscience and attachment research, Thrive training provides a targeted intervention. All practice is underpinned by Thrive-Online, an assessment tool and extensive action planning resource that charts progress and measures outcomes.
Tescos want the next generation to have a healthier and happier relationship with food. To make this change, they are working to give them the tools they need to make better decisions about what they put on their plates when they grow up.The Farm to Fork initiative is getting children all over the country interested in where their food comes from in a fun way.