Workforce Development

Campus Stockton Teaching Alliance’s role in providing professional workforce development for teachers and school leaders is as follows:
  • Identify the best teachers and leaders from across the alliance to contribute to school-based professional development
  • Tailor development to meet the specific needs of schools
  • Offer coaching and mentoring
  • Evaluate the impact of workforce development across the alliance
  • Offer opportunities for formal accreditation
  • Offer opportunities for school-based research which can be shared within the wider school system
  • Develop a workforce which contains a full range of excellent teachers
  • Develop future middle, senior leaders and head teachers to help meet the most pressing needs in Stockton and beyond
  • Work with other teaching schools in the North East, nationally, or internationally where appropriate



Teaching Leaders

Onwards and Upwards – Primary, Secondary & FE Phases

Teacher Of Excellence

Leader of Excellence

Excellence at UPS

Teaching Assistant of Excellence

 “Challenging Students – School Leadership that Makes the Difference” (Conference, 15th Nov 2018)


Future Leaders

For Senior Leaders who will be ready for headship within 3 years.

Could you lead a challenging school?

Leadership Development – programme overview.

Visit the Future Leaders website for further information.

Great leaders make great schools. Great schools change lives.


Strategic Partners

Maria Carlton (Chair)
Bewley Primary

Kathryn Thompson (Vice Chair)

Louise Spellman
Conyers School

Gill Lamb
Northfield School

Lindsay Oyston
Egglescliffe School

Julia Rea
St John the Evangelist RC Primary, Billingham

Justine Moralee
Kirklevington Primary

Neil Skerry
Stockton Sixth Form

Sarah Cook
Northfield School

Chris Aitkin
Campus Stockton Teaching Alliance


Venue:  Conyers

Admin:  Val Swansbury