We offer different levels of engagement depending on your schools
circumstances. We understand that schools are busy places with
competing agendas and for this reason we have created a range of
different options and ideas.
These offers will help you get started. We are more than happy to talk through any collaboration ideas you may have.
For Schools, Trusts and TSA's who are intrigued but need to know more before further engagement. This engaging, whole school session will give staff an opportunity to:
Explore the Current Research around Metacognition, Critical Thinking and Literacy.
Try out Structural Learning and 'play' with applications.
Talk Through Classroom Ideas with colleagues.
For schools who have purchased classroom kits and are dedicated to getting the maximum value for their pupils.
Regular Classroom Support for your Staff - Team Teaching.
Twilight Professional Learning Meetings.
Planning Resources and Support Materials.
The principles behind Structural Learning resonate with your school and your staff are keen to engage in a fascinating and digestible R&D Project aligned to your priorities.
Enhance Classroom Practice.
Effective and Engaging CPD that Focuses on the Very Essence of Learning.
Monitor the Impact Structural Learning has in the Classroom.
We like working with new people and recognise the value that other organisations can play. We are open to suggestions and have created some collaboration options.
Partner with us and host a Structural Learning Program in your area for schools that you know. Hardware discounts and revenue sharing will make this a viable option for enterprising institutions.
We are always looking for organisations who can help us get our concept into new territories. If you think we could be a good match then please talk to us.
We are launching an affiliate program for sites that share the same values as us.
"Education is moving towards an evidence-informed profession but there are still many barriers in the way. We are trying to develop a way of working that engages both students and teachers in effective practices that have lasting impact.
Structural Learning has had a great start but we can only write the next chapter with your involvement."