The Quality Assurance Review - Niv Vitarana, Hayes Primary School

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  • EAL- precise vocabulary, reduction of community language used by children and staff in school, visual and kinaesthetic resources, correct use of grammar by all staff, reduction in empty language- the thing, it.ICT- Ipads, software, film study, link with Literacy.Teacher subject knowledge- who to teach complex sentence, comma splicing- how do objectives translate in learning.
  • Links with local Mosque and community leaders to improve attendance
  • PM- supported redraft of PM objectives and process in line with new teacher standards. Staff taking more ownership of the process and providing evidence of meeting standards.Adapted PPR- additional meeting for vulnerable groups including FSM and SEN New culture- new team. Shared values. Moving on staff who are not on the busMiddle leader- school improvement not driven by head and deputy. Focus on our middle leaders- support and challenge, buidling capacity, recruitment.
  • Reviewers assess quality of feedback that is given to staffWritten feedback- Does this focus on the learning?
  • The Quality Assurance Review - Niv Vitarana, Hayes Primary School

    1. 1. The Quality Assurance Review Niv Vitarana Hayes Primary School
    2. 2. My Context • 3 form entry primary • Majority white British Pupils • Low numbers of pupil premium children • Low numbers of SEN children
    3. 3. Reviewed School • 5 form entry (growing to 1000 children) • Recently amalgamated • Very low numbers of White British pupils • High numbers of Pupil Premium children.
    4. 4. My Learning- Teaching and Learning • Supporting EAL pupils • Use of ICT in the curriculum • Importance of teachers really understanding the skills that underpin the national curriculum.
    5. 5. My Learning: Behaviour • Clear procedures for attendance • Strategies for improving attendance • Protocols for fines
    6. 6. My Learning: Leadership • Performance Management • Pupil Performance Meetings • Developing a new culture • Importance of middle leaders to drive school improvement • School improvement thread- data-SEF-SDP- PM-change.
    7. 7. Reflection: WWW • Discussion with other school leaders • Discussion with lead reviewer • Different context, same challenge.
    8. 8. Reflection: Development • CP reviewers should be part of some of the feedback. • Quality assure the quality of the written feedback that is made by reviewers.

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