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
This instrument revokes The European Communities (European Schools) Order 1972 (SI 1972/1582); The European Communities (Privileges of the European School) Order 1990 (SI 1990/237); The European Communities (Privileges of the European School) Order 2001 (SI 2001/3674). This instrument is revoking those Orders as they are redundant following the closure of European School Culham and the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union and the Convention Defining the Statute of the European Schools.
Guidance for schools and local authorities on school meals arrangements during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Information on students returning to or starting higher education during spring and summer 2021 terms and HE operational guidance.
Government confirms all university students yet to return to in-person teaching will be able to do so from Step 3 of the roadmap
What childcare services early years settings, childminders and local authorities need to provide during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
How many laptops, tablets and routers we've delivered to help disadvantaged children and young people access remote education.
Investment will provide more specialist places and improve provision for SEND pupils across country
Local authority funding to support the provision of new places for children with special educational needs and disabilities or requiring alternative provision.
Get access to local skills reports and guidance on producing reports, governance and developing an evidence base of the local labour and skills landscape.
How business professionals working in schools can find, join or create a network of local school business professionals.
Management information aggregated and published monthly, and publications of inspections and outcomes from 2005 to 2015 and 2015 to 2019.
Ofsted has today published plans for a review into safeguarding policies and practices relating to sexual abuse in state and independent schools and colleges.
Ofsted will carry out a review of safeguarding policies in state and independent schools and colleges in relation to sexual abuse.
Guidance for inspectors when writing outcome summaries. We publish these summaries when we or the setting need to take action.
Guidance and a suggested template for local authorities and independent fostering agencies to use when sending fostering data to Ofsted.
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.
Annex A form for residential family centres to fill in ahead of inspections under the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF).
Annex A form for boarding and residential special schools to fill in ahead of inspections under the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF).
Annex A form for children's homes and secure children's homes to fill in ahead of inspections under the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF).
You must apply to register your nursery, or other daycare organisation for children, with Ofsted.