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Teaching School Hub

Wembley High Technology College has been selected to provide high-quality professional development to teachers and leaders.

87 new teaching school hubs are being rolled out across the country so that every school in England can have access to a local centre of excellence for teacher training. Wembley High Technology College is one of the 87 schools in England selected by the Department for Education as a new Teaching School Hub.  

Our Hub will provide teachers with best practice and expert advice on how best to engage with pupils, lesson planning, and classroom management, as well as offering high-quality evidence-based professional development to teachers and leaders at all stages of their career. We will also play a key role in training new teachers as they enter the workforce.

North West London Teaching School Hub will be the Teaching School Hub for schools across North West London, covering the boroughs of Barnet, Brent and Enfield ensuring that the 307 schools in our hub have access to expert teacher training and development. Teaching School Hubs will lead in the following areas:

  • The Early Career Framework (ECF)
  • Appropriate Body Service (ABs)
  • Six National Professional Qualifications (NPQs)
  • Initial Teacher Training (ITT)
  • Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

As a teaching school hub, we support collaboration and will share best practice between schools, LAs and Brent Schools Partnership. Hubs will be operational from September 2021 and we have contracted with the DfE for an initial three years.

For further information, please contact Agata Czop on aczop@whtc.co.uk 

More information on Teaching School Hubs is available on gov.uk: Teaching school hubs - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

More information on the Early Career Framework reforms is available on gov.uk: Early career framework reforms: overview - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

More information on the National Professional Qualifications reforms is available on gov.uk: National professional qualifications (NPQs) reforms - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)