Introduction to EMSYH

The designated teaching schools in the East Midlands, South Yorkshire and Humber are working together to build a network of alliances (clusters) of schools and academies across all phases and specialisms to help to deliver the vision of the self-improving school system. 

The East Midlands, South Yorkshire and Humber (EMSYH) Region Teaching School Strategy 2017-18

 

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We do not regard ourselves in any way as exclusive or elitist but see the value in future collaborative relationships between groups of schools working together to support and learn with from each other. 

The East Midlands, South Yorkshire and Humber Teaching Schools Alliance invite all schools in the region to consider joining an alliance and make their contribution to the future of our school system. 

Joining an alliance is not a contractual commitment and does not prevent membership of other groups or even additional alliances. Sometimes geography can dictate the practical aspect of belonging to a group, but it is not the only factor to consider. 

On this site you can see the teaching schools in the region and follow the links to their websites to see who they are and what they are engaged in at the moment. Some schools are already strategic partners and will be taking a role in helping to deliver across the region. 

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