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Strategic School Improvement Fund - Information Roadshows

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Strategic School Improvement Fund

Information Roadshows and Webinar

The Department has commissioned the Teaching Schools Council to coordinate and support applications from LAs, TSAs and MATs in line with the improvement priorities identified by Sub-Regional Improvement Boards.

Joint DfE/TSC events are being held to support the bidding process for Round 3. These events will include lessons learnt from Rounds 1 and 2 along with details regarding ‘what’s new’ in R3. The TSC will be encouraging:

• Collaborative applications across the sector that make effective use of the capacity available to us

• Applications that are underpinned by a strong evidence base

• A range of applications to ensure each of the priority areas identified are being covered

• Effective communications and engagement with eligible schools

7th February - 9:30am - 12:30pm - venue tbc
8th February - 9:30am - 12:30pm - venue tbc

Webinar - 10am - 12pm - Webinar log-in details and instructions will be emailed out at least 3 days prior to the event.

21st February - 9am - 12pm - venue, Kegworth Hotel, Packington Hill, Kegworth Derbyshire DE74 2DF

1st March - Webinar - 1pm - 3pm - login details to follow

Places are available to colleagues represeting Teaching Schools, MAT's, Local Authority and Diocesan Boards.
Strategic School Improvement Fund (SSIF)

The £140 million Strategic School Improvement Fund is a grant to support primary, secondary, middle, all-through, alternative provision and special academies and maintained schools, and pupil referral units. It is intended to further build a school-led system, and aims to target resources at the schools most in need to improve school performance and pupil attainment; to help them use their resources most effectively, and to deliver more good school places.


Further details regarding the SSIF process, Regional Priorities, eligibility criteria, support to develop collaborative applications and general enquiries can be accessed via the East Midlands South Yorkshire and Humber Teaching School website.

If you have any questions please contact info@emsyh.org.uk or tel 0116 299 5940.

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