Whole school teaching resources: Governors

Resources and ideas for whole school, governors, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Pupil Participation Estyn Best Practice  Checklists and Evidence Slips

Pupil Participation Estyn Best Practice Checklists and Evidence Slips

This bundle contains: 8 Cully Education Visuals inspired by Estyn best practice and thematic reports for developing pupil participation in practice. 3 checklists for primary school governors and leadership and management teams. 3 checklists for primary school staff. 8 evidence slips for pupils The checklists and evidence slips are aligned to the Cully Education Visuals and can be used to monitor the implementation and impact of developing pupil participation in the school. They can also be used to form an evidence base of actions and the impact of actions. Each checklist is available using the term 'pupil' or 'learner'. The checklists and evidence slips address the questions: Do staff attend to pupil views and perspectives? Do staff actively promote pupils capacity to think? Do staff and pupils engage in dialogue about teaching and learning? Do governors attend to pupil views and perspectives? Do senior managers attend to pupil views and perspectives? Do school systems and procedures take account of pupil perspectives? Do pupils put forward their own ideas? The evidence slips can be stuck into books, taken home for parents or used to form part of a display. They are available using a red dragon theme, purple dragon theme or detective theme.

By CullyEducation

Pupil Participation Estyn Best Practice - Checklists for Governors and Senior Managers

Pupil Participation Estyn Best Practice - Checklists for Governors and Senior Managers

3 checklists for primary school governors and leadership and management teams. The checklists are aligned to the Cully Education Visuals inspired by Estyn best practice and thematic reports for developing pupil participation in practice.The checklists address the questions:Do governors attend to pupil views and perspectives?Do senior managers attend to pupil views and perspectives?Do school systems and procedures take account of pupil perspectives?The checklists can be used by governors and senior managers to monitor the implementation and impact of developing pupil participation in the school. They can also be used to form an evidence base of actions and the impact of actions.Each checklist is available using the term 'pupil' or 'learner'.

By CullyEducation

SaleOutstanding editable SEND School information report word document

Outstanding editable SEND School information report word document

This outstanding information report meets the requirement set out in the the revised SEN Code of Practice (DfE, April 2014) which states:'The governing bodies of maintained schools and maintained nursery schools and the proprietors of academy schools must publish information on their websites about the implementation of the governing body’s or the proprietor’s policy for pupils with SEN.' (p93) This information report is highly comprehensive and will save SENCOs time to write one from the beginning. It is a word document that can be edited and easily transferred to most educational settings.

By rcooke1

SaleExcellent updated SEND policy linked to the 2015 SEND code of practice

Excellent updated SEND policy linked to the 2015 SEND code of practice

This whole school comprehensive policy will save you time and provide the readiness to deliver outstanding outcomes in relation to pupils with SEND. The policy is unique as it is wrote linked to the focus of a Special School, rather than mainstream education setting. This resource is well target to all settings with a strong focus on explaining how you address the SEND framework.

By rcooke1

New GCSE (9-1) Automated Progress Tracking and Analysis Spreadsheet

New GCSE (9-1) Automated Progress Tracking and Analysis Spreadsheet

If, like I was, you are fed up with analysing data manually, this spreadsheet is for you.Originally created for my science department and then rolled out whole-school, this GCSE progress tracking spreadsheet will save you hours of analysing, putting relevant data right at your fingertips within seconds of assessments being graded. Use is easy - once the initial population of student data (lifted straight from an export from your school's data system) is done, the only data that needs to be entered is the grades for each assessment/homework/piece of work. You can use grades 1-9, but plus and minus subgrades are catered for too. Colour coded cells automatically show progress (above or below target grade) and the sheet does all the analysis for you, producing a data table detailing the following: - progress & attainment of Low, Middle and High Prior Attainment (KS2)- progress & attainment of girls vs boys- progress & attainment of SEND vs non-SEND, Pupil premium vs non Pupil Premium and EAL vs non EAL. - progress & attainment of individual classes or teachers- progress & attainment of the whole cohort For demonstrating progress and attainment over time, the graph tab provides four line graphs detailing the following: - percentage of work completed/submitted- percentage of students achieving grade 5 +- percentage of students meeting targets- percentage of students exceeding targetsYou can filter each column and the analysis table and graphs will automatically update. For example, perhaps you want to look at how pupil premium boys with low prior attainment are performing in your subject?Colleagues have used it with great success in department meetings, leadership meetings, appraisal meetings, performance management and even with inspectors. Only the white cells are editable, the others are locked and the sheets are password protected (password will be supplied) to avoid any accidental changes to the formulae. Support can be provided post-purchase. If you do have any questions, please email me on gmac83help@gmail.com

By gmac83

Language for Learning Assembly

Language for Learning Assembly

Use this PPT to deliver an assembly that focuses student attention on skills and personal attributes that matter to employers. In a competitive, global jobs market our students need more than just exam results. Lots of facts thrown in on linked youtube clip about global stats. The Wordle has been put together from a list of attributes favoured by employers published by Forbes. I used this in the run up to writing UCAS personal statements to focus students on skills and attributes rather than just exam results. It was also used to reinforce our Language for Learning (as seen on one of the slides). The students were gripped!

By emmapritchard

Primary Behaviour Audit Toolkit

Primary Behaviour Audit Toolkit

These are model resources for you to use as they are or to modify for your own needs. They are not perfect (though I am a dab hand at designing good questionnaires) but will save you loads of hours or give you an aunt sally to work from. Although towards the end of my career i worked mainstream, I was a behaviour support teacher for 8 years and used these resources successfully.

By granvilleey1

Parental Engagement Workshop Bundle

Parental Engagement Workshop Bundle

I have previously run these Parental Engagement Workshops focusing on a number of different topics to support parents when engaging with their child's education with great success.I have also included a parent letter informing parents of the workshops, a sign-in sheet and a potential questionnaire that can be used to measure impact for all workshops.

By sullfish

SaleOfsted Inspection Evidence 2017 in connection with the inspection handbook

Ofsted Inspection Evidence 2017 in connection with the inspection handbook

The Excellent easy to use audit resource will allow leaders to check if they have all the required evidence needed to get good to outstanding in the inspection framework.. This is a working document and has recently been provided by an inspector. Schools who use this document will be able to make sure all necessary documents are in place before the Ofsted inspection.

By rcooke1

SaleNew SEND 2017 Tool Kit addressing the current Ofsted Inspection framework.

New SEND 2017 Tool Kit addressing the current Ofsted Inspection framework.

The Tool Kit supports what Inspectors will look for and the evidence needed to have a professional understanding of how children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (or both) are identified, how their needs are assessed and met, and how they are supported to move on to their next stage of education, the world of work and wider preparation for adulthood. This tool kit will support the outcomes of inspections that are carried out under section 20 of the Children Act 2004. The inspectors will also look at the way in which local areas are meeting their duties under the Equality Act 2010. This is an excellent and comprehensive time saving resources that will provide value added outcomes to your setting.

By rcooke1

Exploring the Link Between Parental Engagement and Student Attainment

Exploring the Link Between Parental Engagement and Student Attainment

**Please see Parent Workshop Bundle for all Workshops**I have previously run 6 Parental Engagement Workshops focusing on a number of different topics to support parents when engaging with their child's education with great success.This presentation looks at the different ways a parent can engage in their child's education using evidence and research.

By sullfish

SaleEYFS  Leadership and Management whole school / class resource package Excellent Value for money.

EYFS Leadership and Management whole school / class resource package Excellent Value for money.

These excellent and outstanding editable resources provide everything you need to effectively lead and manage your EYFS provision at an Outstanding Level. The resources can be adapted to your own setting and provides all the requirements as suggested in the New Ofsted Framework that will give you all the necessary documents to enhance the quality of your provision. You will not find another resource well equipped and at a lower price. This resource will guarantee to save you time, money and give you the leadership tools at a practical level to enhance the quality of the EYFS provision. This compressed folder gives you all of the leadership and management resources to achieve the best standards in your EYFS.

By rcooke1

NPQSL - Combined Task and Evidence 2017

NPQSL - Combined Task and Evidence 2017

This is my NPQSL (secondary) final assignment for the combined task. My focus was on assessment across the whole school and developing a policy that allowed us to take into account the different learning needs of the students. I successfully passed in January this year. This is how I structured mine and hope others will find it useful.

By jwinchester

SaleCPA APPROACH TO MASTERY

CPA APPROACH TO MASTERY

YEAR 5 AND 6 MASTERY MATHS COVERS EVERY NUMBER OBJECTIVE IN THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM WITH: CONCRETE, PICTORIAL, ABSTRACT, FLUENCY, REASONING AND PROBLEM SOLVING OVER 240 IDEAS, ACTIVITIES AND TASKS WITH ASSESSMENT TRACKERS

By erylands

SaleSLT Document Pack

SLT Document Pack

A document pack suitable for new members of SLT and more experienced practitioners. Includes:- Class teacher, middle leader and SLT performance management examples and reviews. - Book and resource scrutiny sheets- Outstanding planning planning checklists. - Data analysis and tracking sheets for whole school and specific year group. - Outstanding guided reading guidance.- Action plans for middle leaders and class teachers.- Middle leader training. - SLT monitoring and focus form.- Year group development planning.

By Chw1881

Anti-bullying school policy

Anti-bullying school policy

This is an 'Anti-bullying' policy for a primary school and covers all aspects of a school policy and outlines the responsibilities by all stake-holders.

By conortrg1

Flip Learning: A CPD Presentation

Flip Learning: A CPD Presentation

The use of quick, mobile technology available at home and in classrooms is gaining speed and I firmly believe that by flipping your classroom is a way to truly personalise the learning experience for the children in your classroom.This presentation will enable you to learn about Flipped Learning and begin to implement it into your school, college or workplace.The presentation features:What is Flipped Learning - Is it really a new concept?Flipping Blooms TaxonomyPause, Rewind my Teacher: Flipped Learning and OfstedA Learning Culture – Flipped Learning is NOT just homework!Learning is a Social Experience – Edmodo and The Flipped Classroom – your VLEHow can I get my students on board?  How can I engage parents?  How can I flip my classroom - where do I start and what do I need?What has been the impact so far?

By videosformyclassroom1

GCSE (A*-G) Automated Progress Tracking and Analysis Spreadsheet

GCSE (A*-G) Automated Progress Tracking and Analysis Spreadsheet

If, like I was, you are fed up with analysing data manually, this spreadsheet is for you. Maybe you want to track how your boys are performing vs girls? How about keeping an eye on performance of pupil premium students? Or would like an instant comparison of performance of individual classes? Originally created for my science department and then rolled out whole-school, this GCSE progress tracking spreadsheet will save you hours of analysing, putting relevant data right at your fingertips within seconds of assessments being graded. Use is easy - once the initial population of student data (lifted straight from an export from your school's data system) is done, the only data that needs to be entered is the grades for each assessment/homework/piece of work. You can use grades A*-G, but plus and minus subgrades are catered for too. Colour coded cells automatically show levels of progress since KS2 and the sheet does all the analysis for you, producing a data table detailing the following: - progress & attainment of Low, Middle and High Prior Attainment (KS2) Students- progress & attainment of girls vs boys- progress & attainment of SEND vs non-SEND, Pupil premium vs non Pupil Premium and EAL vs non EAL. - progress & attainment of individual classes or teachers- progress & attainment of the whole cohort For demonstrating progress and attainment over time, the graph tab provides four line graphs detailing the following: - percentage of work completed/submitted- percentage of students achieving grades A*-C- percentage of students making 3+ levels of progress- percentage of students making 4+ levels of progressYou can filter each column and the analysis table and graphs will automatically update. For example, perhaps you want to look at how pupil premium boys with low prior attainment are performing in your subject?Colleagues have used it with great success in department meetings, leadership meetings, appraisal meetings, performance management and even with inspectors. Only the white cells are editable, the others are locked and the sheets are password protected (password will be supplied) to avoid any accidental changes to the formulae. Support can be provided post-purchase. If you do have any questions, please email me on gmac83help@gmail.comPlease note - this sheet uses the old A*-G GCSE grades. Some schools are continuing to assess internally using these. However there is an equivalent sheet configured to use the new GCSE (9-1) grades.

By gmac83

Coaching teachers

Coaching teachers

This document is to help provide guidance for coaching teachers / NQT's / Head of Deaprtment etc..

By wells8839