We empower schools by facilitating peer review collaboration, enabling them to support each other. Our support, training and advice helps senior leadership teams to improve behaviour culture and generate lasting change. We deliver evidence based, flexible training to prospective school-led tutors and academic mentors. We provide professional development to support early years practitioners working with disadvantaged and vulnerable children in pre-reception settings.
The Schools Partnership Programme (SPP) is a collaborative approach to school improvement, recovery, and reimagining the education system. Developed in partnership with and for schools, it provides schools with the essential tools and support they need to allow them to drive their own improvement in an increasingly autonomous school system.
Behaviour Hubs provide senior leadership teams with support, training and advice to improve behaviour culture and generate lasting change.
The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) is designed to help schools and tutors plan for and deliver effective small group and 1:1 tuition in the school setting.
The period from birth to the age of five offers a unique opportunity to ensure children develop the cognitive, social and emotional foundations for success in both school and later life. High-quality early years provision can significantly benefit children’s later outcomes, especially among disadvantaged groups.
Education Development Trust is the delivery centre for the Future Teaching Scholars (FTS) programme, developed and funded by the Department for Education, to nurture a new generation of passionate and talented maths and physics teachers.
Our Inspiring Careers Programme supports schools to not only deliver careers information, advice and guidance (IAG) to young people but also support with work experience placements, consultancy (including the Quality in Careers Standard), tracking and data reporting services.