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The success of HEP depends on hearing from you, our members, so please take two minutes to completely the annual members survey. In addition we have A level Maths training on offer as well as an update from the launch of the Get Hounslow Reading workshops, the Met Police's 'Clever never goes' campaign and a request to feedback on this years Secondary Subject Networks.

HEP Member Survey

Member feedback informs HEP strategy

HEP is pleased to share a link to the Member Survey for you to provide feedback as part of HEP’s annual review process. Regular member feedback informs our offer to schools so the more surveys completed the more bespoke our membership offer will be in the coming year. Thank you for your support.

HEP Survey

Maths A Level Training June/July 2021

Spaces still available – Book now

HEP would like to remind A Level Maths teachers and leaders about free online training starting on 24th June 2021 - over 40 teachers across 13 schools have signed up so far. The deadline for signing up is Thursday 17th June as this is when the Zoom link will be distributed to all delegates.

For all A level Maths/aspiring A level Maths teachers across HEP
Session 1 – Thursday June 24th, 2-4pm – Algebra 
Session 2 – Wednesday 30th June, 2-4pm – Graphs

For Maths HODs/ Maths KS5 leads
Session 3 – Tuesday 6th July, 2-6pm – Drop-in session to help with planning & support 

This bespoke Maths training has been designed to improve subject knowledge and pedagogy of specific topics as identified by Heads of Department within the subject network. 

Click the links below for full information and to sign up.
Maths Training Information
Sign-up form
Please return your completed form to

SixintoSeven Weekly Update

'How to' user video now available for both Primary and Secondary users

A reminder to all primary schools that the deadline for submission of both the pupil information AND the attainment data is no later than 24th June.

We now have the Primary and Secondary user videos available on the HEP hub as well FAQs, how to guides and project timeline - you can find is here

If you have any questions or issues please use the live chat function on the platform 
Live Chat/support request form/resources

Many thanks in advance for your support.

User Videos

Primary ‘Reading for Pleasure’ project has launched!

HEP is delighted to share news that over 180 teachers across 35 of our primary schools have signed up for Get Hounslow Reading.

The first two workshops for EYs/KS1 and LKS2 took place last week where teachers were introduced to the expectations of the programme which will be run every half term during 2021/22. During the sessions led by Charlotte Raby, teachers signed up for the newsletters and websites that will feature throughout the programme and they were all set a reading challenge to complete over the summer.

The final two introductory workshops will take place next week as follows:
UKS2 Reading for Pleasure (RfP) – Tuesday 15th June, 1:30-3:30pm, via Zoom
Contingent Talk for EYs and Nursery leaders – Thursday 17th June, 1:30-3:30pm, via Zoom

HEP, working in partnership with the Just Imagine Story Centre, will order starter packs for each school participating in the RfP programme, at no cost to schools as this is a Joint Practice Development funded programme. More details will follow in the coming weeks.

Links to the zoom recordings and presentation can be found by following this link:

If you have any questions please contact Nikola Standing

Secondary Subject Networks Survey

HEP Member feedback informs future planning

HEP is pleased to share a link to the evaluation surveys for Secondary Subject Network members and leads. These surveys have also been emailed to all members and leads by Nina Johal. Feedback is vital to shaping the direction of Subject Networks moving forward.  Please encourage your colleagues to complete these by Friday 2nd July. 
Secondary Subject Network Members Survey 
Secondary Subject Network Leads Survey 

If you have any further feedback please do contact Emma Pett –

On behalf of The Met Police

New initiative helps young people protect themselves 

HEP is pleased to share a press release from the Metropolitan Police Service promoting a new initiative tackling Stranger Danger called the ‘Clever Never Goes’ programme as they continue work to keep children across London safe.
Featuring a specially designed robot named Clever, the programme helps children spot dangerous situations and gives them tips about how to respond. It is designed to be positive, practical and playful whilst ensuring the reality of situations is not lost. Clever Never Goes resources are now being rolled out to primary school children aged 5-11. 

For the full press release, click here

For more information and to book a session please contact:
PC Adam Justice 1332WA
07917 243 520  
0208 247 6167 

Summer term meeting dates
2021/22 meeting dates
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