The Camden Primary Partnership Teaching School Alliance was established in 2013 as a cohort three teaching school. All schools who are members of the Camden Primary Partnership Teaching School Alliance benefit from support to improve learning outcomes for pupils and continued professional development (CPD) for teachers and potential teachers. This is achieved through:

  • School-based professional development opportunities for staff;
  • Access to a wide range of professional support from other teachers within partner schools;
  • Access to grants to support Teaching Schools;
  • Improved leadership and teaching standards which yield improved outcomes for children;

It is our expectation that all partner schools should be supported to become outstanding schools and have the expertise and capacity to, in time, be able to become full contributors to all areas of the teaching school alliance.

S2S Support

Much of our school to school support comes through CPD and joint practice development projects.

In addition we have a growing group of Local Leaders of Education (LLEs) and Specialists Leaders of Education (SLEs).

Please contact Sarah Ewins if you would like to broker support from an LLE or an SLE

Visiting our schools

If you are not part of our alliance, please contact Sarah Ewins if you would like to visit any of our strategic partner schools. We can arrange short visits or more extended visits with a bespoke focus.

Member Schools

Partner School
Eleanor Palmer is a one form entry community school in Camden. After 10 years as head, and following an outstanding OfSTED in October 2011, Kate Frood has led the move to teaching school status to support the model of a school led system of self improvement.
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Partner School
Holy Trinity & St. Silas is a one-form entry Church of England state primary school situated in the heart of Camden. We pride ourselves in not only offering an extremely broad & exciting curriculum but in inspiring children's learning through art, drama & ICT.
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Partner School
Thomas Coram Centre is committed to the belief that learning starts at birth and continues throughout life. The Centre's aim is to provide high quality, fully integrated care and education and to work in partnership with parents and carers.
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Partner School
Kentish Town CofE is a diverse London primary, which serves the inner-city community of Kentish Town. We are a very cohesive and inclusive school and we aim to ensure that every member of our school community is equally valued.
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Partner School
We are committed to placing the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child at the heart of our core values and ethos; believing children’s participation is integral to all aspects of school life.
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