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Keystone - Additional Services

TrainTo Teach

The Deepings SCITT is an existing partner of the Lincolnshire SCITT. Following the market review of initial teacher training, Lincolnshire SCITT has been accredited as an ITT provider for 2024.

The Primary programme is managed by Keystone Academy Trust and applications will open in October 2023 for a September 2024 start.

To find out more, visit: https://www.lincolnshirescitt.co.uk/

How to apply:

For further information on fees and funding please click here.

Further information on the application process can be found on our  How to Apply pages, please click here.

Early Career Teachers

Keystone Academy Trust is delighted to work as a Delivery Partner with the Appropriate Body for Lincolnshire, L.E.A.D. Teaching School Hub, to support the statutory induction of our local Early Career Teachers.

Please feel free to contact us for further information and support:

Email: gill.arnold@keystonemat.org or telephone: 01778 424152 (option 3)

Keystone Partnership - Lincolnshire Hub Partners
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Delivery Partner

Click here to register with the Education Development Trust (EDT) – L.E.A.D. Teaching School Hub’s chosen delivery partner.

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Appropriate Body Services

Click here to register with L.E.A.D. Teaching School Hub for statutory induction.

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DfE Portal for ECTs

Click here to register your ECT on the DfE portal.

Primary Maths Subject Leader Specialist Group

In collaboration with the East Midlands East Maths Hub and LEAD Teaching School Hub, Keystone Academy Trust delivers termly sessions for primary maths subject leads in South Lincolnshire. They are a great opportunity for subject leads to come together to hear the latest updates and evidence, enhance their leadership skills, explore aspects of pedagogy and network with colleagues. We also work closely with NRICH and Dr Ems Lord, Director of NRICH and Chair of The Mathematical Association, who regularly provides training during our specialist group meetings.

Autumn: Monday 13th November 2023
Spring: Tuesday 5th March 2024
Summer: Thursday 20th June 2024
Timings: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
Venue: Keystone Training Room, Bourne Westfield Primary Academy, Westbourne Park, Bourne PE10 9QS

Cost: £99

Primary Science Subject Leader Network

In collaboration with Jane Banham Science Consultancy, Keystone Academy Trust facilitates termly sessions for primary science subject leads. They are a great opportunity to come together to hear the latest updates and evidence, enhance your leadership skills, explore aspects of pedagogy and network with colleagues. 

Bourne Autumn: Tuesday 24th September 2024
Bourne Spring: Tuesday 4th February 2025
Bourne Summer: Wednesday 4th June 2025

Bourne Venue: Keystone Training Room, Bourne Westfield Primary Academy, Westbourne Park, Bourne, PE10 9QS

Boston Autumn: Tuesday 8th October 2024
Boston Spring: Wednesday 12th February 2025
Boston Summer: Wednesday 11th June 2025

Boston Venue: Tower Road Academy, Ashlawn Drive, Boston, PE21 9PX

Timings: 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Cost: £50 per person and session

School SEND Review

Conducting a SEND Review in your school can help to improve SEND provision and strategy, so that all pupils with SEND are appropriately supported to achieve their full potential.  A one-day visit from our Director of SEND and trained SEND Reviewer will support you to complete a self-assessment, a face-to-face review of your graduated approach and to identify strengths and areas for development.  At the end of the visit, you will be provided with a personalised report which sets out recommendations.  Further support can be provided to write a SEND action plan and to implement recommendations.

Cost: £500

SENCo Coaching & Mentoring

Coaching and mentoring for new SENCos can be extremely helpful to support those who are currently engaging in the National SENCo Award/NPQ for SENCos or have done recently.  A half-day or full-day visit of bespoke support from our Director of SEND can target specific areas of the graduated approach and provide models and scaffolds to enable the SENCo to confidently lead and manage SEND across the school.

Cost: £250 (half-day) or £500 (full-day)

SENCo Networks

Being part of a SENCo network can improve collaboration with other schools, keep your school up to date with wider SEND issues on a local and national level and enable the sharing of good practice.  Our SENCo networks are led by our Director of SEND and focus upon group led agendas including the following:  The strategic role of the SENCo, Leadership of SEND, Working with outside agencies and Meeting the needs of pupils with SEND.  Our networks run as twilights each long term with a blended approach of both face to face and virtual meetings, held across two districts in local schools:  South Holland and Bourne, Stamford and the Deepings.

Cost: Free

For further information, please contact Denise.Parker@keystonemat.org

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