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Schools are not islands
October 2013
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Curriculum
An effective school curriculum meets the
objective of both preparing children to succeed
as members of their co...
Curriculum
A positive curriculum meets the objective of both
preparing children to succeed as members of
their communities...
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Relationships
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Articulating
feelings

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Resilience
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A school report
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Pupils have outstanding attitudes to learning. They demonstrate high levels
of perseverance. Pupi...
Updates
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Daniel Pelka
New schools – primary and special
Additional school places
SEND strategy
- Ensure every chil...
Updates
• Infant / Junior schools
• Curriculum
• Assessment
- without levels
- progress in best 8 GCSEs, average grade, %C...
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    1. 1. Schools are not islands October 2013
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    3. 3. Curriculum An effective school curriculum meets the objective of both preparing children to succeed as members of their communities and also providing an oasis. This includes: • • • 3
    4. 4. Curriculum A positive curriculum meets the objective of both preparing children to succeed as members of their communities and also providing an oasis. This includes: • attending to relationships • articulating feelings • developing resilience 4
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    6. 6. 6 Relationships
    7. 7. 7
    8. 8. Articulating feelings 8
    9. 9. 9
    10. 10. Resilience 10
    11. 11. A school report • • • Pupils have outstanding attitudes to learning. They demonstrate high levels of perseverance. Pupils know that their efforts and ideas are valued by all staff. As a result, they are confident to voice their opinions and offer sensible suggestions about their work. Behaviour around the school is outstanding. As a result, the school is a very harmonious community. Pupils are polite and friendly to those they know and are welcoming to visitors. Dinner times are very social occasions which pupils enjoy, although many say they would like bigger dinners! For their age, pupils develop strong values and a high level of respect for others. They have a well-developed sense of empathy. They are well aware that some of their classmates have particular needs and that they need to learn differently. They are kind and patient. Pupils are very proud of their school and their many accomplishments, especially their artwork. Pupils of all ages have a leadership role in the school, such as class councillors or school councillors. They take these responsibilities seriously. All pupils have a strong voice in decisions relating to their learning. 11
    12. 12. Updates • • • • Daniel Pelka New schools – primary and special Additional school places SEND strategy - Ensure every child with SEND can go to a good or outstanding school or education - Commission/deliver a range of high quality provision for all children and young people with SEND - Ensure a smooth progression to adulthood for all young people with SEND - Improve the Assessment and 12 identification of SEND across agencies
    13. 13. Updates • Infant / Junior schools • Curriculum • Assessment - without levels - progress in best 8 GCSEs, average grade, %C English and maths, % Ebacc 13
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