Established and effective collaborative multi-agency working contributes to improving the learning and well-being outcomes of children and young people. It builds increased levels of trust between partners in relation to everyone knowing each can and will deliver. Collaborative partnerships help to build a more cohesive community approach through united multi-agency practice, and establishes consensus, strengthens partnership voice, and helps to break down professional boundaries. By utilising a greater range of staff expertise, collaboration offers a broader perspective or focus to working practice, and helps to improve understanding and raise awareness of issues and agencies, and other professionals’ practice.
Gloucestershire schools have a strong history of collaborative working at all levels. We believe strong collaboration between schools is a key element in improving outcomes for pupils and supporting schools and teachers to achieve and maintain outstanding practice.
Thanks to staff, parents and carers and governors for their ongoing support to make our school such an outstanding one!
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