DTSA is a broad and inclusive multiple Alliance of schools from all phases.
We are part of a not for profit Charitable Trust and we care deeply about improving learning for all. We believe that every child in every class, in every school deserves the best teaching and learning.
Realising moral purpose for us is about sharing and giving back – a sustained focus on developing open and trusting collaboration that contributes to ‘raising the bar and closing the gap’ in achievement for all children and especially those from disadvantaged groups.
Primary and Secondary School Direct Places for Sept. 2017
DTSA’s ITT programme is designed and delivered in partnership with local universities and offers QTS with PGCE and 60 masters credits. Please note that you are not applying to work at a specific school. Your individual training experience will lead to you being deployed in the schools which we feel will offer you the best possible opportunities to complete your training successfully. We have a large number of schools from all phases and contexts that host students.
Details on the UCAS application window will be advertised here shortly.
‘Mastery Level Questioning.’
DTSA Partner Morning Meeting
with Andy Meller
Tuesday 4 October 2016 at Breadsall Priory, DE7 6DL
DTSA Partners are welcome to send 3 members of staff at no further cost. All other schools are welcome to attend at a cost of £85 per person. Please ensure that places are booked in advance to avoid disappointment.
DTSA Primary Packages of Support
April 2016 – March 2017
The new programme is now available to download:
Please contact Nicola at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information and to discuss any specific CPD needs.
Sir David Carter, National Schools Commissioner to speak at DTSA annual conference 10 and 11 November 2016 at Eastwood Hall
We are pleased that Sir David will be joining our excellent line up of speakers including;
- Hywell Roberts, Associate Director of Independent Thinking
- Dave Smith, Headteacher and NLE
- Leora Cruddas, Director of Policy ASCL
- John Stephens, Deputy Director NCTL
- Carolyn Robson, Vice Chair National teaching Schools Council
- Ian Mcmillan, Poet and Broadcaster
There will also be a range of practical workshops and a pupil performance.
Places are filling fast. Contact email@example.com to secure your places.
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Calendar of Upcoming Events
MFL Network Meeting
1:00pm - 4:00pm on Tue 04 Oct 2016
DTSA Partner Morning Meeting with Andy Meller
08:30am - 11:45am on Tue 04 Oct 2016
Good to Outstanding – Day 1
9am - 4pm on Wed 05 Oct 2016
SEN Network Meeting
1:00pm - 4:00pm on Thu 06 Oct 2016
Middle Leaders – Day 1
9am - 4pm on Tue 11 Oct 2016