We are an alliance of excellent schools led by Maiden Erlegh School.
We specialise in Initial Teacher Training and in providing bespoke training and support packages for schools looking to improve upon their Ofsted judgement, whether it be from Requires Improvement to Good, or from Good to Outstanding.
The teaching school remit covers:
Initial Teacher Training (ITT)
School To School Support (STSS)
Our Teaching School History
In March 2012 Maiden Erlegh, as one of about only 100 schools in England and the only secondary school in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, was granted National Teaching School status. The designation by the Government’s National College followed the preparation and submission of a detailed application by deputy headteacher at the time, Mr Haddrell, and entitles the school to lead training and professional development for staff in the region.
ECEO of Maiden Erlegh Trust, Dr Thomas said: 'we are extremely proud to be one of the first national teaching schools. This designation builds on our expertise in initial teacher training (ITT) and in leadership development. We will now be providing additional training and development with our partner schools for new teachers and support staff through to headship. We look forward to supporting a range of colleagues at all stages of their careers and see this designation as natural development in the school’s growing outreach work.'
'National teaching schools like Maiden Erlegh need to be at the top of their game to take on this role – outstanding in their own performance and have a track record of raising standards through school-to-school support. We now have over 100 national teaching schools around the country who are in a position to harness the finest teaching talent in the profession to drive school improvement in innovative ways; and bring real benefits to pupils and staff. Trainees can learn from the best teachers in action, and those who want to move up the career ladder are exposed to excellent practice within and beyond their immediate school' – Steve Munby, Chief Executive of the National College.