Outstanding Pupil Outcomes for All Students
Excellent! – so many useful strategies and practical techniques which can be implemented in the classroom immediately.
Isabella Mech Head of Sixth Form , Cheltenham College
Improving levels of Achievement and Personal Development
School inspection frameworks have moved away from a series of lesson observations where the teacher was expected to “perform” for the Inspector whilst they completed a check list of such things as “uses interactive whiteboard” and “AfL”; they now focus much more closely on the pupils. Pupil voice should be ignored at a teacher’s peril!
This course will help your staff acclimatise to the new order: it’s not about you any more, it’s about them: it’s about outcomes for pupils, not teacher performance.
EVALUATION – WHERE ARE WE NOW AND WHERE DO WE WANT TO BE?
This session will provide an insight into developing a vision for your school or department and will reflect on the necessary components to raise the profile and impact of teaching across the whole curriculum. We will consider how to use data effectively, how to engage staff in the observation process and examine how best to self-evaluate.
IMPROVING PUPILS’ ACADEMIC AND OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS
• Life without levels – how to show the progression
• High impact strategies for raising achievement
• Stretching the most able
• Differentiation and Independent learning
• Strategies to improve teaching, learning and assessment
• Providing evidence to demonstrate successful outcomes
IMPROVING PUPILS’ PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
• Strategies for improving and enabling personal development
• Effective marking and feedback systems which enable pupils to understand and improve their learning
• Sharing ideas on effective marking and feedback systems
• Classroom approaches to developing pupil’s self-discipline and resilience
• Providing evidence to demonstrate success
REFLECTIONS AND PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE
Your staff will have an opportunity to develop their own action plan for their school and department ready to hit the ground running the very next day after the training. An opportunity for self – reflection and planning of where to go next and how to get there as well as some of the key messages from the day.
“Lots of things I can use directly back at the ranch”
Lesley Gardner, Assistant Head, Swanlea School