Achievement Show 2009

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Achievement Show 2009

  1. 1. Raising Achievement with a Learning Platform Twynham School Mike Herrity
  2. 2. School Context – 11-18 Comprehensive School with 1550 students on roll 350 in 6th Form – Nationally Average Intake (IACI 0.14 and KS2 APS 27.5) – Leading Edge School and Training School – Graded Outstanding in last three Ofsted Inspections over a decade – BECTA ICT Excellence Award- Learning Beyond the Classroom
  3. 3. For further details: www.twynhamschool.com/supportinglearning
  4. 4. Blog- www.sharepointineducation.com
  5. 5. Supporting students to raise achievement Information Student And Ownership Guidance 24/7 Availability Parental School Engagement Collaboration
  6. 6. Online options process
  7. 7. Engaging students and parents
  8. 8. 1-1 meetings
  9. 9. MIS integration
  10. 10. The Revision Gateway-Homepage
  11. 11. Revision Gateway- Subject page part 1
  12. 12. Revision Gateway- Subject page part 2
  13. 13. Revision Gateway student survey – 98% of students said they would use the Revision Gateway as part of their revision programme – 62% of students said their use would be frequent. – 93% of students described the navigation as good or excellent. What would stop students using the Revision Gateway? „Only death itself!‟ An enthusiastic member of year 11
  14. 14. ICT Gateway- customisation of theme
  15. 15. Full customisation of SharePoint www.twynhamschool.com
  16. 16. The Student Gateway
  17. 17. My Progress
  18. 18. My Progress
  19. 19. The role of the parent in the learning process School Student Parent Effective Learning
  20. 20. The importance of Parental Engagement Recent research has shown that parental engagement is a decisive factor in determining learner achievement.” “What really matters is that learners feel their parents are paying attention, engaged in the children‟s learning and care about their performance.” Online Reporting BECTA 2008
  21. 21. Parent Gateway
  22. 22. Academic Mentoring
  23. 23. Academic Mentoring
  24. 24. Wessex Learning
  25. 25. Course structure
  26. 26. For further details: www.twynhamschool.com/supportinglearning
  27. 27. Blog- www.sharepointineducation.com Twitter @mikeherrity

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