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|Description||In September 2014, Ofsted introduced an additional judgement for early years in primary schools. Quality and standards in the early years are now reported explicitly in section five inspection reports. This new course is designed to help you understand best practice in ensuring that provision is having a positive impact on your children. This key aspect of leadership and management is about using effective approaches to evaluation, strategic planning, practical solutions and continuously improving outcomes.|
|Categories||Primary, Leadership and Management, Early Years/Foundation, Management, Teaching staff, Performance Management, Out of school|
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This course is suitable for primary head teachers, leaders and/or teachers of nursery and reception. This course aims to help you: make precise evaluations using rigorous evidence; develop clear and measurable aspects for improvement; measure and maximise the outcomes for all groups of children; understand best practice in evaluation, planning and continuous improvement; reflect on your current practice in order to identify where it may further develop
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Participants will be asked to fill in a survey after the event which will allow us to evaluate the course content, facilitator and venue to enhance future event offerings.
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This course is run by Wendy Ripley, director of the Pen Green Teaching School Alliance. From September 2015 she will also serve as an Ofsted inspector and provide bespoke services for schools on a consultancy basis. Wendy served as one of Her Majesty’s Inspectors from January 2006 to April 2015 and was the national lead for children's centres. Wendy is a qualified teacher and has a first class honours degree and a doctorate in international educational leadership. She has extensive leadership experience gained in further and higher education, secondary schools and early years. She has lectured on child development and teaching, learning and assessment. Wendy is an experienced lead inspector of children's centres and primary and secondary schools and has particular expertise in inspecting and supporting schools causing concern. She contributed significantly to the inspection of local authority children's services and has been on secondment to a local authority as assistant director for school improvement.
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