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1 THE POWER OF HUBS Using a hub model to support evidence-based professional development #hubpower #londoned

2 THE POWER OF HUBS CAROLINE BOSWELL HEAD OF EDUCATION AND YOUTH, GLA

3 THE POWER OF HUBS PROFESSOR DAVID WOODS CBE CHAIR, LONDON LEADERSHIP STRATEGY

4 HUB (noun) The centre of activity or a focal point THE POWER OF HUBS

5 NLE/NSS Specialist Leaders of Education Maintained schools (community, foundation,VC & VA) Collaboratives, Partnerships & Trusts Local Leaders of Education Teaching Schools and Alliances Designated Outstanding Teachers Future Leaders & Teaching Leaders School Sponsored Academies Chains and Sponsored Academies Free Schools Dioceses Headteacher and Governor Associations CURRENT LANDSCAPE

6 The Michael Fullan Challenge “It is one of life's great ironies; schools are in the business of teaching and learning, yet they are terrible at learning from each other. if they ever discover how to do this their future is assured.” THE POWER OF HUBS

7 What are the agreed and shared values and principles? What is the overarching purpose? What is the organisational structure and who leads on particular activities? What are the agreed success criteria? When and how is progress to be reviewed and who is accountable? Who is the progress chaser / expediter? THE POWER OF HUBS

8 Using a hub model to support evidence-based professional development #hubpower #londoned

9 THE POWER OF HUBS ANITA KERWIN-NYE MANAGING DIRECTOR LONDON LEADERSHIP STRATEGY

10 THE POWER OF HUBS

11 ANITA KERWIN-NYE MD, London Leadership Strategy Director, Whole Education Owner, NotDeadFish Consultant Mum Advisor, Paul Hamlyn Foundation Chair, Musical Futures THE POWER OF HUBS

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13 ElectionAusterityMarketisationOFSTED School led System leaders Soft skillsSchools Self improving Head teachers Rigour Narrowing the gap TeachersCPDBurnoutLeague tables Accountability College of Teaching DfEChildren

14 THE POWER OF HUBS Using a hub model to support evidence-based professional development #hubpower #londoned

15 PANEL DISCUSSION Anita Kerwin-Nye, London Leadership Strategy Prof. David Woods, London Leadership Strategy David Weston, Teacher Development Trust David Whitfield, Teaching Schools Network John Westwell, NCETM Graeme Smith, Music Mark Jacquie Smith, Lampton TSA Shahneila Saeed, Ukie

16 THE POWER OF HUBS Using a hub model to support evidence-based professional development #hubpower #londoned

17 challengepartners.org WHY WE ARE FOCUSING ON HUB EFFECTIVENESS Characteristics of developing and sustaining an effective hub Prof Sir George Berwick CBE Chief Executive, Challenge Partners

18 challengepartners.org What are we trying to achieve?

19 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Ensuring that every pupil experiences the combined wisdom of the education system

20 The ambition: upwards convergence in all our pupils’ achievements A theory of action Your hub

21 Starting point: Identifying the bodies of knowledge Three elements lead to improvements in pupil outcomes Research Emerging effective innovation Best practice You are here The Institute of Education Challenge Partners

22 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners The approach: creating a virtuous learning community Bringing together three bodies of knowledge in a structured way

23 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners What have we learnt so far?

24 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners The Four Capitals Putting in place the key components of effective knowledge management Moral capital is the glue that binds us together. It has to be constantly nourished, takes a long time to set and can rapidly become unstuck. See pamphlet on the Four Capitals for more

25 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Moral Capital Creating the moral climate for knowledge sharing between staff and schools 1. Track Record2. Collaboration3. Empathy4. Trust

26 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Knowledge Capital Identifying those who have the knowledge for effective school practice and capturing it Leading and managing change Effective knowledge management Talent management Identifying and capturing best practice Your programme

27 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Social Capital Identifying the social skill set necessary to enable the effective transfer of knowledge and then equipping the staff accordingly The capacity of the staff in a school to learn directly impacts on their pupils’ performance See pamphlet on the Olevi Collaborative Learning model for more

28 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners The nature of educational knowledge Identifying the activity required for learning

29 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Organisational Capital Setting up the organisational systems for people to share their knowledge with those who need to learn Teaching Schools need to improve the quality of education of their own pupils, as well as those in other schools

30 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Catalysts in a network Examples of hub configurations in Challenge Partners East Midlands South Hub 17 schools: 2 Teaching Schools, 3 NLEs, and 5 LLEs Brighton & Hove Hub 8 schools: 1 Lead School See handout on catalysts for more London West Hub 34 schools: 1 Teaching School, 4 NLEs, and 6 LLEs 23 hubs

31 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners Allowing the hub to grow organically The development of a hub East Midlands hub West Midlands hub 18 schools West Midlands hub 11 schools Rushey Mead/George Spencer hub 8 schools 14 schools East Midlands South hub 19 schools East Midlands North hub 12 schools East Midlands South hub 17 schools East Midlands North hub West Midlands hub 18 schools 17 schools TOTAL SCHOOLS

32 ©George Berwick & Challenge Partners 5 Key Lessons Build moral capital to drive moral purpose Understand the nature of the knowledge so that it can be transferred effectively Build a network around parallel rather than individual catalysts Allow the hub to grow organically Ensure that users accept that they have to give more to get more back The quality of the people define the effectiveness of the hub

33 Find out more - 4 March: Introduction to Challenge Partners event - Papers and updates at - Books available at

34 THE POWER OF HUBS Using a hub model to support evidence-based professional development #hubpower #londoned

35 MUNIRA MIRZA Deputy Mayor for Education and Culture of London

36 THE POWER OF HUBS PROFESSOR DAVID WOODS CBE CHAIR, LONDON LEADERSHIP STRATEGY

37 THE POWER OF HUBS Using a hub model to support evidence-based professional development #hubpower #londoned


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