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National Teaching School

The Compton School was designated a National Teaching School in the first tranche of applicants, July 2011.  The school was one of 100 schools selected by the National College for School Leadership from approximately 1200 schools who had shown an expression of interest.  The core purpose of a National Teaching school is to develop effective partnerships with other schools to foster self-sustaining school network of improvement and development, with a focus on successful outcomes for children.

National Teaching

As a Teaching School we are working in an alliance with a growing number of strategic alliance partners from within and outside Barnet:
  1. Annunciation Catholic Junior, Barnet
  2. Barnet Local Authority
  3. Blessed Dominic RC Primary, Barnet
  4. Chalkhill Primary, Brent
  5. Dollis Junior, Barnet
  6. Finchley Catholic High, Barnet
  7. Hendon School, Barnet
  8. Heartlands High Secondary, Haringey
  9. Institute of Education
  10. Lea Valley Primary, Haringey
  11. Manorside Primary, Barnet
  12. Northside Primary School, Barnet
  13. Northumberland Park School, Barnet
  14. Northwood School, Harrow
  15. Oak Lodge Special School, Barnet
  16. Our Lady of Lourdes Primary, Barnet
  17. Our Lady of Muswell RC Primary, Haringey
  18. Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’, Barnet
  19. Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Barnet
  20. St Agnes RC Primary, Barnet
  21. St Catherine’s Catholic Primary School, Barnet
  22. St James’ Catholic High, Barnet
  23. St John’s CE Primary N20, Barnet
  24. St Mary’s CE EN4 Primary School, Barnet
  25. St Theresa’s Catholic Primary, Barnet
  26. The Archer, Barnet
  27. Woodside High School, Haringey
  28. Wren Academy, Barnet

The Compton-Barnet Teaching School Alliance operates in tandem with Challenge Partners national network of schools. All our school and college partners are subscription members of Challenge Partners with access to programmes and national developments initiated by Challenge Partners.

For more information about our work as a Teaching School, please contact Emma Hazlegreaves (Deputy Head) –