Our team spans across 7 partners and 5 countries and a range of different settings and organisations.
The University of Gloucestershire is a HEI based in the United Kingdom. We have over 100 years experience working in Education, and offer development opportunities for teachers from the very start of their career, through to our Masters programmes in Inclusion and Educational Leadership.
Based in Gloucestershire, Farmor’s School is a state-funded school for 11-18 year olds. As a research-engaged school, their expertise will be invaluable in guiding the development of the training programme.
The University of Thessaly in Greece is another key partner. The knowledge and experience of the participants of UTH on issues of school leaders training and teacher education as well as on issues of the usage of action research for the improvement of school leaders and teachers skills and competencies will be an essential added value to the project
Spoleczna Szkola Podstawowa im. Lady Sue Ryder is primary school in Poland. They will bring their personal experiences of leadership development and issues related to leadership from the Polish context to ensure robust outcomes.
Platon School in Greece caters for all age ranges. Their experience in ERASMUS+ projects, as well as their expert and experienced leaders, will help to shape the outputs of the project.
Pasvalys Lėvens school (PAS) was established in 1987 and is a state school in Lithuania. As a well-connected school, embedded in their community, they are excited to be working with us as critical partners in this project.
ELAZIG DOGA ANADOLU LISESI is a college based in Turkey. There experience in ERASMUS+ will be vital to this project. Their expertise will help shape the project outputs and they will also lead on our dissemination work.