Redbridge Education Partnership (REP) is a forward thinking, independent organisation of partner schools which aims to strengthen practices, support and encourage autonomy to enhance educational excellence and outcomes for all Redbridge children.
What we do
The responsibility for school improvement has started to shift away from local authorities, forcing schools to become more independent and less centralised as a result.
The shift towards self-sustained improvement means that schools need to work together to ensure that working as a partnership is efficient, positive, and leads to greater impact.
REP consists of maintained schools and academies with 51 primary schools and four special schools as full members and nine secondary and two primary schools as associate members.
The REP focus is on building strong partnerships by collaborating and co-operating with these schools, the Local Authority, teaching schools and other local and national organisations to create and support more autonomous, high quality educational opportunities for all children as well as improving the professional ambitions of staff.
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Terms of Reference
The approach to awarding vocational and technical grades in 2021 following the cancellation of exams.
The approach to awarding GCSE, AS and A level grades in 2021 following the cancellation of exams.
Speaking at the launch of the Office for Students' review of digital teaching in higher education, Gavin Williamson discussed the future of online learning.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson delivers Oral Statement to MPs on plans to help children catch up and on how qualifications in England will be awarded this summer.
Find out how apprenticeships will continue during the coronavirus (COVD-19) outbreak.
Our approach to school and college accountability, performance tables and data during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Basic need capital funding allocated to each local authority to create new places from 2011 to 2023.
New £700 million plan laid out to help young people in England catch up on lost learning due to the pandemic
Direction from the Secretary of State for Education to Ofqual's Chief Regulator about how GCSE, AS, A level and vocational and technical qualifications should be awarded in 2021.
What schools, colleges and students need to know about the arrangements for awarding GCSEs, AS and A levels, VTQs and other qualifications in summer 2021.
Ofsted guidance and information relating to coronavirus (COVID-19) for schools, early years, children's social care and further education and skills providers.
DfE requirements for Ofsted when organising and undertaking childminder agency (CMA) inspections.
What you need to know about registering with Ofsted if you want to open or manage a residential holiday scheme for disabled children.
What you need to know about registering with Ofsted if you want to open or manage a voluntary adoption agency.
What you need to know about registering with Ofsted if you want to open or manage a residential family centre.
What you need to know about registering with Ofsted if you want to open or manage an adoption support agency.
When and how to register with Ofsted if you want to open or manage a children's home or secure children's home.
What you need to know about registering with Ofsted if you want to open or manage an independent fostering agency.
Information for social care providers and managers on how to register with Ofsted and about the registration process.
This data is published fortnightly. It gives the number of registered early years and childcare providers reporting one or more confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) by week.