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 Department for Education publishes official statistics on education and children.
How to arrange an effective external review of governance and improve the performance of your board.
The national minimum standards that boarding schools must meet to safeguard and protect the children in their care.
Guidance for special schools providing residential accommodation for any child.
We are seeking views on the revised standards for boarding schools and residential special schools in England.
We are seeking views on proposed changes to the statutory guidance Keeping children safe in education 2021 with a view to making changes for September 2022.
Statutory guidance for schools and colleges on safeguarding children and safer recruitment.
Lists of qualifications that meet DfE's criteria for counting in the early years foundation stage framework staff:child ratios.
An independent report and recommendations from the commissioner for SEND services in Birmingham.
A list of qualifications that count towards the English Baccalaureate (EBacc).
Lists of Ofsted Inspectors.
This guide gives an overview of the inspection data summary report (IDSR) for primary and secondary schools, along with information to help interpret the charts.
Ofsted has published the latest in a series of reviews into different subjects across the curriculum. Today’s review looks at computing.
This report details the names and addresses for childminders and childcare on domestic premises, where the provider has consented for their name and address to be published on the Ofsted inspection report website.
A review of research into factors that influence the quality of computing education in schools in England.
Management information aggregated and published monthly, and publications of inspections and outcomes from 2005 to 2015 and 2015 to 2019.
Management information on unregistered schools in England, from 1 January 2016 onwards.
Use Data View to explore inspection data for children’s social care, early years, further education and skills, initial teacher education providers and state-funded schools.
Management information of inspections that took place from 2014, published in the interest of transparency.
Management information aggregating in-year and most recent inspections and outcomes.