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An introduction to PROGRESS - a diagnostic tool that helps a school to diagnose the 'learning culture' across the school, including staff, students and even parents, if you wish.

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  1. 1. Using PROGRESS to build an even stronger learning culture in Whole Education schools
  2. 2. What is PROGRESS? Vibrant communities Rich & diverse forms of Outstanding Schools achievement PROGRESS data helps you work with all your stakeholders to develop an even stronger learning culture Motivation PROGRESS diagnoses the learning culture of a school from the perspectives of staff, students and parents Participation Engagement Confidence Resilience Relationships Responsivenes s
  3. 3. What has PROGRESS got to do with Whole Education? PROGRESS has been developed through collaborative work with 90 schools over the past ten years. As a Whole Education Development Partner, PROGRESS is working with our schools to test and develop ways in which it can be used to help schools deliver a Whole Education. Several Whole Education schools have committed to trialling PROGRESS, with a view to it being available for use more widely across the Whole Education Network. Trial schools get to use the premium PROGRESS Exploration level for free. We are exploring the possiblity that PROGRESS will eventually form a key diagnostic tool for Whole Education schools through the Leadership, Culture and Change Interest Group, and as an option in the Peer Review process.
  4. 4. How can I explore what PROGRESS offers? Go online Read about Try the surveys yourself Start using in school
  5. 5. 1. Read the information on things to think about and prepare
  6. 6. 2. Set yourself up as the PROGRESS coordinator for your school
  7. 7. 3.Use the Survey Wizard to customise PROGRESS for your school
  8. 8. 4. Once you have uploaded your students' details and tested the survey, you are ready to share the login instructions and Start Survey
  9. 9. 5. Login as your school's PROGRESS co-ordinator to see how many responses you have received and view automatic reports Press here
  10. 10. 6. Distribute the relevant reports to staff, students & parents
  11. 11. What is the PROGRESS trial going to involve? Schools taking part in the trial can use PROGRESS Exploration as often as they like during the year. The current student survey is long; you might want to administer it in several chunks. Once we have data from 3,000 students, we will use the results to make the third section shorter. You can also opt out of elements in the survey. We will be setting up some webinars so that the schools involved can talk with each other, and the PROGRESS team can share their experience of using data from the diagnostic to ‘involve everyone in making their school great’. If there is enough demand, we will set up a group learning workshop in the spring.
  12. 12. Where can I go if I need help? The set up process is designed to be fairly intuitive. If you have a problem, use the information on how things work. button in the top right hand corner to find more To report any technical problems, go to and send an email from there to the PROGRESS Administrator. To ask any questions about how PROGRESS works, get in touch with James Park, PROGRESS Director - 0207 247 3355/ To ask any questions about the Whole Education trial of PROGRESS, get in touch with David Crossley, WE Executive Director - 07980 856643/