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          The Angel Islington Teaching School Alliance


          Improving the education of all learners regardless of starting point or background.



          • Building our community through education;
          • Having a passion for education;
          • Exploring creative approaches to teaching and learning;
          • Working in collaboration with all partners, inside and outside the alliance.



          Associate Headteacher, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School

          Islington School Improvement Service


          National Leader of Education and Executive Headteacher, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School


          An Islington based partnership of Islington schools along with Islington LA and UCL Institute of Education:

          Arts and Media (AMSI) Secondary / Beacon High Secondary / Copenhagen Primary / Drayton Park Primary / Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Secondary /  Hugh Myddelton Primary / Moreland Primary Newington Green Primary / New River College (PRU) / Park View Secondary / Prior Weston Primary / Richard Cloudesley Special / St Luke’s Primary / St Peter & St Paul Primary / Vittoria Primary / The Virtual School


          For further information about any of the courses or support below, please contact:



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          Courses are free for Alliance members, and open to non-alliance members.

          TSA Training Leaflet 2019-2020


          Expert Teacher Programme  2019 - 2020

          Embedding Expert Teacher Practice 2019 - 2020


          Middle Leaders Flyer 2019 - 2020


          Senior Leaders Flyer 2019 - 2020



          A range of bespoke packages can be arranged to meet your needs. 



          • Trauma Informed Practice (with Islington LA and CAMHS)
          • Positive Mental Health Strategies (with the Anna Freud Centre)
          • In 2017 we participated in the NFER Setting Research



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          School Direct 信息 2020 / 2021

          Graduate Teaching Apprenticeship 

          We also offer an apprenticeship programme for those who are currently employed in a school and have teaching assistant, or similar experience. Graduate Teaching Apprenticeships are a school-led route into teaching at both primary and secondary stages. Application is via UCAS.

          London Metropolitan University Apprenticeship Guide



          TSA Newsletter Issue 1 September 2018

          TSA Newsletter Issue 2 December 2018

          TSA Newsletter Issue 3 买足球竞彩app月 2019

          • 发布时间:2020年5月3日 Tomorrow, we will be hosting a very special EGA alumni breakfast event 🍏🥐☕️🍴. It's just one of many amazing events to come. We believe in having an engaged alumni community, to inspire the next generation, if you went to EGA, sign up here: //t.co/nnehvgkirf //t.co/hui3zyjgoc
          • 发布时间:2020年5月3日 ➡️📰NEWSLETTER SNEAK PEEK 📰➡️This week you can read an exclusive French poem written by Anna in Year 8 🇫🇷 and find out why the poetry discussion group visited the British Museum🤔#staytuned and let us know if you want to be added to our mailing list
          • 发布时间:2020年5月3日 📕📗📙Happy World Book Day!! 📙📗📕 This year’s theme is and so we invited EGA staff to share books that had an impact on them. Students also discussed why reading is powerful❓#AchieveWithoutLimits //t.co/melg8k1yyu
          • 发布时间:2020年5月3日 Huge congratulations to Dina in Year 9 who managed to secure a Rare Instrument Scholarship for Bassoon. Dina started learning flute at EGA as part of our Vivo music school (funded through the 音乐 in Secondary Schools Trust) and is becoming an excellent young musician! //t.co/czlvlecam1
          • 发布时间:2020年5月3日 On Friday, our Year 10 students made the annual journey to the Globe on the Southbank to see a Shakespeare play. This year, students watched Macbeth. Students should be commended for their resilience throughout the day as it certainly did rain a lot! //t.co/l70bhfxyqd

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