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  • 1. College organisation
    IQS for gifted and talented
  • 2. Three key areas
  • 3.
  • 4. Leadership
  • 5. Entry
    • A named member of the governing body, Senior Management Team and the lead professional responsible for Gifted and Talented education have clearly directed responsibilities for motivating and driving gifted and talented provision.
    • 6. The Principal actively champions gifted and talented provision
  • Developing
    • Responsibility for gifted and talented provision is distributed, and evaluation of its impact shared, at all levels in the school/college.
    • 7. Staffsubscribe to policy at all levels.
    • 8. Governorsplay a significant supportive and evaluative role
  • Exemplary
    • Organisational structures, communication channels and the deployment of staff (e.g. workforce remodelling) are flexible and creative in supporting the delivery of personalised learning.
    • 9. Governorstake a lead in celebrating achievements of gifted and talented pupils
  • Policy
  • 10. Entry
    • The gifted and talented policy is integral to the college’s inclusion agenda and approach to personalised learning, feeds into and from the single college improvement plan and is consistent with other policies
  • Developing
    • The policy directs and reflects best practice in the college, is regularly reviewed and is clearly linked to other policy documentation
  • Exemplary
    • The policy includes input from the whole college community and is regularly refreshed in the light of innovative national and international practice
  • Ethos
  • 11. Entry
    • The college sets high expectations, recognises achievement and celebrates the successes of all its students
  • Developing
    • The college fosters an environment which promotes positive behaviour for learning. Students are listened to and their views taken into account.
  • Exemplary
    • An ethos of ambition and achievement is agreed and shared by the whole college community. Success across a wide range of abilities is celebrated
  • Pastoral Care
  • 12. Entry
    • The college identifies and addresses the particular social and emotional needs of gifted and talented students in consultation with students, parents and carers
  • Developing
    • Strategies exist to counteract bullying and any adverse effects of social and curriculum pressures.
    • 13. Specific support for able underachievers and students from different cultures and social backgrounds is available and accessible
  • Exemplary
    • The college places equal emphasis on high achievement and emotional well being, underpinned by programmes of support personalised to the needs of gifted and talented students.
    • 14. There are opportunities for students to use their gifts to benefit other students and the wider community