Welcome to the RSHE Hub log in area
Curriculum Hubs play an important role in leading improvement and delivery of school-to-school support. Our strategy at Forest Learning Alliance is to signpost Curriculum Hub support whilst also providing direct support to any school that requires assistance in raising educational attainment.
We recognise the reciprocal benefits of peer-to-peer support and we will work very hard to ensure that we have a positive and measurable outcome for all schools and pupils we collaborate with.
Over the past year, Forest Learning Alliance has been developing a partnership with Bracknell Forest, and has put together a Support Package for schools. This is a tailor-made package which is designed to meet individual needs of schools and can include a variety of support, from peer coaching to training sessions delivered by a wide variety of professionals.
All of the support offered to schools by maths hubs is free of charge.
Chepping View Primary Academy in High Wycombe is a designated primary phase Behaviour Hub under the Department for Education (DfE).
DfE is funding a 3-year programme to improve pupil behaviour.
The programme pairs schools and MATs with exemplary behaviour practices, called lead schools or MATs, with partner schools or MATs who want and need to improve pupil behaviour. The programme is flexible with a tailored offer of support depending on partner schools’ circumstances but all partner schools can expect to get support with:
To apply to be a partner school and receive Behaviour Hub support, you must be rated ‘good’, ‘requires improvement’ or ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted. Applications are currently being accepted from schools of all provisions across England.
Full details of what’s on offer can be found on the DfE website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/behaviour-hubs#overview
Please use the Behaviour Hubs Partner school application form
Contact Chepping View Primary Academy for further information on 01494 535564.
The support offered to schools by computing hubs is free of charge for eligible teachers, or at reduced cost, and is funded by the Department for Education.
All resources and online CPD are available at no cost to any teacher.
Bursaries are available for eligible primary and secondary teachers to support participation in CPD.