calendar is now live

The calendar on this website is now active after a considerable absence. It is now the go-to place for all DASCo events. Check back regularly for event updates, agendas and documents etc. … [Read more...]

Mastery in Literacy Conference

An inspiring and informative day, the conference presented by Bob Cox of Searching for Excellence was well attended by DASCo members yesterday.  Some of the comments from the day give an idea of just how useful the event will be to teachers wanting to achieve mastery in literacy with their pupils: lots of achievable ideas to try, great sample texts and resources, ideas and materials I can … [Read more...]

Solihull Approach Training

reminder for those on the current course, day two is tomorrow 8th Nov. … [Read more...]

Maths Subject Leaders’ Network

Maths leaders from all primary schools are invited to attend a meeting on 23 November 4-5:30 at The Gateway, please confirm attendance by emailing … [Read more...]

Computing Leaders Network

Twilight meeting for computing leaders 19 October 4-5pm at Dartford Grammar School for Boys … [Read more...]

June 2017 Newsletter DASCo Update

We are in the process of updating the website, future copies of our newsletter will be available to download here.   DASCo Update Newsletter draft V3 June 2017 … [Read more...]

Autumn Term Message

Great news for DASCo! Following a long application process DASCo has achieved charitable status and is now a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO). This will enable our partnership to move forward on stronger basis and to manage its finances as an independent entity. We are currently appointing a new Board of Trustees to take DASCo forward on behalf of all members. You can also view the new … [Read more...]

Newsletter Autumn 2015

Newsletter Autumn 2015 … [Read more...]

DASCO Science Bulletin

DASCo Science Bulletin The opportunity to become a part of the Science DASCo cluster group came at the perfect time when Science results were lower than they should have been, both at WGSG and regionally, and I was also in my first year in the role of Head of Science. As a result, I was excited to become a part of it and feel it has provided me with additional support. Whilst I have access to … [Read more...]