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Press release from COP 25

10 December 2019

Just as we’re facing a barrage of bad and worse news, a small English startup based on the outskirts of London has managed to buck the trend and actually deliver a message of hope for the future. The non-profit eduCCate Global organisation has partnered with the massive United Nations to produce a program which promises to revolutionise the teaching of climate change across the globe. Click COP25 PRESS RELEASE for more information


H&F’s Education visit to Dubai

29 November 2019

Melanie Harwood, Co-founder for eduCCateGlobal, who leads the UN climate change teacher education programme invited H&F Education to participate in an amazing fact finding visit to Dubai.

Click here to find out how H&F Education support the programme of Climate Change and the impact it has on our people and planet!


NASEN and SLCN questionnaire

28 November 2019

We would appreciate your help in understanding the usefulness of your NASEN gold membership which the Local Authority has funded and individual school commissioning of SLCN services. Could you please kindly complete this short survey which should take no more than 10 minutes by Friday 6th December

Click here to submit your answers


Chefs in Schools – mission is to improve the health of children by better eating and food education 6 December 2019

21 November 2019

Introducing Chefs in Schools, a charity co-founded by Henry Dimbleby (founder of LEON, author of the School Food Plan and leading the National Food Strategy for DEFRA) and supported by patrons including Prue Leith & Yotam Ottolenghi. The Charity will talk through their programme for revolutionising school food and food education in schools. The meeting will be hosted at Larmenier & Sacred Heart Primary School, who have been working with the Charity since July 2019. The aim is to give Headteachers an overview of how the programme works, as a transformational alternative to outsourcing lunch provision.

Confirmed speakers: Henry Dimbleby, Nicole Pisani (ex Head Chef of Ottolenghi flagship Nopi)  Tbc: Thomasina Miers (Masterchef, Founder of Wahaca and trustee of Chefs in Schools) click here for more information


Teaching climate change – Headteacher update

18 November 2019


EduCCate Global and a group of Teaching Schools in Derbyshire are supporting teachers to train in climate change education in order to equip children to handle an uncertain future on a warming planet. Headteacher Fiona Cowan explains more about the project and her school’s climate change curriculum. Find out more here


Learning Partnership – Peer to Peer School Review

13 November 2019

Peer to peer school review. Facilitated school groupings that enable schools to work collaboratively and learn from each other sharing best practice. Support peer reviews with an experienced advisor. Develop SLT capacity to monitor, evaluate and review.

View our schools video reviews here


Welcome to teaching in London

1 November 2019

London schools are doing a brilliant job in improving opportunities and boosting aspiration for all students. That’s down to strong leadership and great teachers with a strong culture of sharing practice and ideas across the city. To find out more click here


LBHF and Lyric Secondment Opportunity

9 October 2019

Hammersmith and Fulham Council (on behalf of The Primary Learning partnership) and Lyric Hammersmith Theatre wish to invite applications for a one day per week secondment starting January 2020. Interviews: 8 November 2019





Hammersmith and Fulham launches free school meals pilot scheme

7 June 2019

Breakfast and lunch to be made available to all pupils regardless of family income.

A scheme to offer pupils free school breakfast and lunch irrespective of income has been launched in an attempt to tackle the growing food poverty crisis in parts of the UK. For more information, click here.


Getting Ahead London Programme

6 June 2019

Getting Ahead London – open for middle and senior school leader applicants. See e-guide, mini video clips and application forms here, extended deadline of 14 June.

  • If you’d like to step up to headship, but aren’t sure how to get there, then apply to the Mayor’s Getting Ahead London programme for senior leaders in primary and secondary schools and colleges (including special schools and AP/PRU).
  • We will also be piloting a small cohort for middle leaders being supported into senior school leadership.
  • A place on this scheme will give you prestigious, bespoke coaching, mentoring and work shadowing to help you to become a London head or principal.
  • It us being run by Challenge Partners and is proving a successful approach. See one our exec head coaches talking about it:


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