Partnerships & Training


Working Together Group

Partnership with other schools

We are part of a network of schools that work closely together. This is called the ‘Working Together Group’. Why do we work together?

We are a group of highly aspirational primary schools that want the best possible outcomes for our children. The best way for that to happen is to look to continuously learn from others. What better way is there to learn than learning from other like-minded schools?

What do we do?

  • We do a number of joint projects together to ensure that we are continuously improving.
  • We have joint training programmes in our schools for Leadership, Newly Qualified Teachers and Support Staff. This enables staff to learn excellent practice from other locations.
  • Staff get the opportunity to observe other teachers in other settings.
  • We compare our books and learning with each other to benchmark our standards and see if we could be aiming even higher.
  • We carry out peer reviews on each other’s schools to help each other spot areas where we can improve.
  • We have shared resources which is invaluable in the current situation.
  • We are also beginning to run initial teacher training together to ensure that we continue to get excellent staff in the future.

It consists of a number of different local primary schools within the Borough of Greenwich:

Brooklands Primary School -

Millennium Primary School –

St. Margaret’s  Lee  -

Christchurch CofE  - Shooters Hill -

Eltham CofE -

Timbercroft Primary School -

Wyborne Primary School -


In addition, Bannockburn has also forged strong links with:

Alexander McLeod, Abbey Wood -

St Matthews High Brooms CofE Primary School, Tunbridge Wells -

Speldhurst CofE Primary School, Tunbridge Wells -

Central Park Primary School, East Ham, London -

Surrey Square Primary School, Southwark, London -