Middlesbrough Achievement Partnership (MAP) is a partnership between Middlesbrough schools, the Local Authority, and a wide range of external partners. It includes primary, secondary, and special schools, regardless of status.
Our aim is that:
Together we will secure a brighter future for all Middlesbrough children and young people.
MAP works in collaboration, signposting and offering research and development opportunities, sharing best practice, piloting and developing provision and support, and building pathways which help every child and young person to achieve the best possible outcome for them.
MAP is working as part of Learning Middlesbrough to address key barriers that impact on children and young people’s achievement.
MAP’s current priorities within the partnership are:
- removing barriers to learning
- parental and family engagement
- careers and employability
MAP is driven by a board of Head Teacher representatives from primary, secondary, and special schools, along with representatives from Middlesbrough Council, Public Health, and governors.