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Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
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Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
Jonathan de Sausmarez | US study trip to Nashville and New York
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  • 1. US
study
trip
to
Nashville
and
 New
York
 Working
collabora;vely
with
industry
to
 create
a
curriculum
of
the
future
 Jonathan
de
Sausmarez
 Execu;ve
Headteacher
The
Romsey
School


  • 2. Meet
the
team






David
Crossley







Andy
Fitzgibbon








Alan
Yellup







Jonathan
de
Sausmarez






























Cathie
Bates













Evelyn
Hicks

















Denise
Knight


  • 3. Academies
–
but
not
as
we
know
it!


  • 4. Nashville
District
Academy
Programme
 
45th
largest
district
in
US,
145
schools

 
81,000
students
Children
from
108
countries
135
 languages

 
Hispanic
is
fastest
growing
(17%)
 

English,
Hispanic,
Arabic,
Kurdish
(largest
 popula;on
in
States)
Somali,
pacific
rim
 countries.


 
11,000
employees,
5200
teachers


 
70%
of
students
on
free
or
reduced
cost
lunches
 
Up
to
40%
of
students
in
private
schools



  • 5. Mission
statement
•  All
high
school
students
will
belong
to
a
 personalised
smaller
learning
community,
 engaged
around
interests
where
rela;onships
 are
valued.

Instruc;on
will
be
project
based,
 applied
and
integrated
where
meaningful
 business
engagement
is
evident,
post
 secondary
ins;tu;ons
are
involved
and
the
 community
is
supported.

  • 6. ‘Our
future
–
our
way’
•  2006
2nd
lowest
performing
district
in
TN
•  Recogni;on
of
long
term
vision
•  Focus
on
Principal
autonomy/Leadership
of
teaching
 and
learning
•  Common
core
curriculum
En
Ma
Sci
US
history
•  $11,080
per
pupil
•  More
‘robust’
conversa;ons
with
Principals
and
staff
–
 third
leg!
•  Close
working
rela;onship
with
chamber
of
commerce,
 Ford
Motor
Co
•  Work
with
9th
–
11th
grade
student
choice
of
academy

  • 7. Beginnings
•  Transforming
teaching
and
learning
•  Redesigning
High
schools
•  Sustaining
change
through
business
and
civic
 leadership
•  Project
and
enquiry
based,
real
world
applica;on
•  Teachers
in
industry,
working
with
business
•  175
organisa;ons
working
with
schools
•  Academy
coach
in
every
school

  • 8. The
Freshman
 Academy

 The
Ford
 Academy
of
 Business
 The

Academy
of
 Environmental
 and
Urban
 The
Academy
of
 Planning


 Hospitality

and
The
Academy
of
 Marke@ng
Medical
Science
 and
Research

  • 9. The
Freshman
 Academy

 The
Gaylord
 Entertainment
 Academy
of
 Hospitality

&
 The

CMT
 Finance
 Academy
of
 Digital
Design
&
 The
Academy
of
 Communica@on


 Avia@on
and
The
Academy
of
 Transporta@on
Health
Science
&
 Law


  • 10. Crime
and
Jus;ce/Banking
and
Finance
From
FBI
to
the
classroom

  • 11. Avia;on/
Robo;cs

  • 12. Ofqual
on
Dec’
20th
or
Health
science?

  • 13. Construc;on/Digital
Media

  • 14. Classroom
redesign

  • 15. Accountability
•  Schools
judged
on
%
to
college,
gradua;on
rates,
 need
21
points
•  Ave
in
2010
18,
in
2010
18.4
•  Ave
age
of
gang
members
in
2006
16
yrs,
2012
22
 yrs
•  All
staff
given
90
mins
joint
planning
per
day!
In
 all
schools,
crucial
•  Demonstra;on
schools
to
share
best
prac;ce
•  Akendance
up
from
88%
to
90.2%

  • 16. 21st
century
learning
 Lockers
with
charging
facili;es

  • 17. What
the
students
say.............

  • 18. “Crea;vity
is
the
defeat
of
habit
by
 imposing
originality
and
change.”
Pedagogical
shig
90
minutes
planning
every
day
in
teams
Industry
support
content,
teachers
pedagogy
Focus
on
deep
learning
with
professors
Career
plan
for
all
students
from
Y9
Data
wall
(guess
where
they
picked
that
up
from?)
States
provides
standards
for
each
area
to
work
from
Core
area
students
judged
as
below
basic,
basic,
proficient
and
 Advanced
Social
and
Emo;onal
Learning
–
D
Coleman
Teaching
the
+1
rule!


1
lesson,
taught
to
4
classes
(in
NYC)

  • 19. S;ll
tackling
some
issues.....
•  Don’t
need
a
degree
in
maths
to
teach
in
 middle
schools
•  Large
scale
interven;on
in
some
High
Schools
•  Interven;on
now
;metabled
30
mins
a
day
•  Large
numbers
of
illegal
immigrants
•  Social
issues,
food,
clothing
•  S;ll
a
long
way
to
go
pedagogically!


  • 20. “
I
love
you
and
there
is
nothing
you
can
do
about
it........”

Principal
to
students
over
PA

  • 21. Key
thoughts
at
end
of
visit?
•  Fundamental
purpose
of
educa;on
•  Would
our
CEO’s
invest
;me
in
educa;on?
•  Could
we
open
our
curriculum
to
industry?
•  Do
we
believe
all
students
should
have
career
related
 curriculum?
•  Teachings
schools
–
why
aren’t
industry
part
of
this?
•  Changes
to
KS4/5
even
more
restric;ve
•  Block
planning
every
day.......
Surely
we
must
try!
•  Not
a
one
size
fits
all
•  Can
schools
be
trusted
and
do
we
ac;vely
seek
trust?
•  UK
pedagogy
based
on
Ofsted?

  • 22. The
future
of
our
curriculum?
Can
we
take
control?
What
is
right
for
our
students
If
it
doesn’t
fit
with
Mr
Gove,
what
can
we
do
to
influence?
Focus
on
11‐18,
or
wider?
Are
we
prepared
to
look
beyond
the
UK
for
the
right
qualifica;ons?

  • 23. “Party
in
hell
is
cancelled
due
to
fire”


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