The South Yorkshire Teaching Partnership (SYTP) held a workshop on the 21st September, the purpose of which was to reflect on our achievements so far as a partnership, and to plan ahead for the next phase of Teaching Partnership delivery. The event was well attended, with 47 representatives from across all the SYTP partner local authorities, plus The University of Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University and the Department for Education. The event opened with a series of keynote presentations to outline our journey so far – including a welcome speech from Paul Moffatt, Chief Executive of Doncaster Children’s Services Trust, and a presentation from Professor Kate Morris (University of Sheffield).
A series of workshops were then held, in which groups were tasked to look at future plans and developments across 4 key areas: practice education; academic delivery and CPD; research and evidence-informed practice; and retention and succession planning. The workshop facilitators were asked to focus the discussions on sustainability and on developing new and innovative ideas to help address service challenges. Feedback from the workshops and the group discussions will now be used to develop an action plan, which will inform our planning for the next phase of the Teaching Partnership delivery.
The feedback from participants following the event was very positive, with the majority finding it ‘useful’ or ‘very useful’, and with many asking for the workshop to become an annual event. Please see [upload summary report] for a summary of the event. A full post-event evaluation report and action plan is also available on request from Jessica.email@example.com