Secondary Subject Network Members Survey

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Secondary Subject Network Members Survey

Published: Thursday, June 10th, 2021 at 1:05 PM

This survey is for everyone attending Subject Network Meetings for 2020/21.

Secondary Subject Network Members Survey – June 2021

Secondary Subject Networks are annually reviewed in order to evaluate the programme for this year and look ahead to planning for the next academic year.
  • Please choose one.
  • Please choose one per row.
    Strongly agreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly disagree
    The joining instructions for meetings were clear and communicated ahead of time.
    I was provided with an agenda prior to the meeting which allowed me to prepare my contributions.
    The online logistics met my expectations.
  • Please choose one per row.
    Strongly agreeAgreeNeutralDisagreeStrongly disagree
    Subject Network meetings helped me develop links with colleagues from other schools.
    Subject Network meetings provided me with up-to-date information on policy and practice.
    Subject Network meetings provided me with examples of best practice from other schools.
    Subject Network meetings gave me ideas for developing new approaches.
    I would email my network outside of calendared meetings with questions, or for support.
    In school my SLTL representative seeks my reflections on Subject Network meetings.

What our members say

Meet the Expert – Art Workshop – "Good delivery and alternative resource options provided. There were clear explanations and questions to ask children were also provided."

Middle Leader Training – "Very inspiring leaders who answered all questions without making you feel at all silly. Loved it."

Deep Dive Subject Leader Training – "I so enjoyed the course. It made me realise how much I have to do in History, but so reassuring to have someone who knows what he is talking about!"

Develop your A Level Teaching – "Collaboration is a huge part of this project; CPD and teacher training works best when you’re doing it alongside colleagues. The 4 HEP principles make it clear to teachers what the bare bones of an excellent lesson look like."

Contact us

The success of the Hounslow Education Partnership depends, in part, on good communication so please do get in touch to give us your feedback or about anything else you would like to discuss.

Email: info@hounsloweducationpartnership.co.uk

Our member schools

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