Howard Sharron, Editor of Teaching Times, will showcase some pioneering tools which he would like schools to trial and give feedback on how they can be improved. The new system will give a central partnership team an enhanced capability to lead and encourage professional development and, with a small leadership push, create new research communities in and between schools. This work can then be published for the whole community through their own private network within TeachingTimes. It can then be published to the international TeachingTimes community if so desired. The tools give schools the ability to interact with our content, mix it with their own and create new, bespoke, professional learning packages that suit their CPD and research strategies. Teachers can also use the system to do their own research and present to their peers, either individually or as groups. Prior to this, Clive Corbett and Colin Baxter will give a short briefing on the future arrangements for peer review for Fellowship schools.