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#WMschoolled18 Main Presentation Slides

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Organised by the West Midlands region of the Teaching Schools Council (TSC) #WMschoolled attracts the cream of senior educational leaders and decision makers. The event, which took place at the Chateau Impney Hotel & Exhibition Centre in Worcestershire and was hosted by BBC Midlands Today presenter Mary Rhodes, featured leading keynote speakers, Geoff Barton, General Secretary for the Association of Schools & College Leaders (ASCL), Professor Dame Alison Peacock, chief executive, Chartered College of Teaching and Learning, Richard Gill, chief executive of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership and TSC Member for the West Midlands, Trust Board member Professor Mick Waters and former Chief Education Officer, GEMS MENASA, Sir Chris Stone.

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#WMschoolled18 Main Presentation Slides

  1. 1. Friday 18 May 2018 @WMschoolled #WMschoolled18
  2. 2. Access infographic video via YouTube: https://youtu.be/vXardqv6RqA
  3. 3. @WMschoolled #WMschoolled18 Setting the Scene RICHARD GILL West Midlands Representative on the Teaching Schools Council Chief Executive, The Arthur Terry Learning Partnership @TSCWestMidlands
  4. 4. Overall Effectiveness (data as of March 2018) West Midlands Strategic Board meeting 2 May 2018 Local authority 1 2 3 4 Birmingham 26% 57% 13% 3% Coventry 12% 78% 8% 2% Dudley 13% 70% 16% 1% Herefordshire 20% 71% 8% 1% Sandwell 21% 65% 10% 3% Shropshire 13% 78% 8% 1% Solihull 33% 57% 9% 1% Staffordshire 13% 74% 10% 3% Stoke-on-Trent 17% 70% 14% 0% Telford and Wrekin 23% 64% 12% 1% Walsall 23% 63% 11% 3% Warwickshire 18% 71% 8% 3% Wolverhampton 17% 72% 7% 4% Worcestershire 20% 68% 7% 5% West Midlands 19% 68% 10% 3% Cheshire East 25% 66% 8% 1% Cheshire West and Chester 28% 65% 6% 1% England 22% 67% 9% 2%
  5. 5. Reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths (%) at key stage 2, 2017 West Midlands Strategic Board meeting Slide 2 May 2018
  6. 6. Progress 8, 2017 West Midlands Strategic Board meeting Slide 2 May 2018
  7. 7. Schools - areas to focus on  There is a small but persistent group of underperforming schools that have not improved enough over very many years.  This includes some whose underperformance has lasted for a decade or more.  All of these have received considerable attention and investment from external agencies. None of these interventions has worked.  The focus on ‘Opportunity areas’ is a welcome innovation. However, more may be required.  The solution to the problem of school underperformance is often to look to the strongest providers and most accomplished professionals to effect change.  In education, we are seeing that these institutions and individuals are spread too thinly. The system is asking a lot of the best multi-academy trusts and school leaders. It is not clear that a small group of large, high-performing trusts has the capacity to provide all the help that is needed. West Midlands Strategic Board meeting Slide 72 May 2018
  8. 8. @WMschoolled #WMschoolled18 Collaboration: A Collective Endeavour PROFESSOR DAME ALISON PEACOCK Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching @AlisonMPeacock
  9. 9. Collective voice
  10. 10. Building an alliance
  11. 11. The power of collaboration ✴ Building trust ✴ Listening ✴ Agency ✴ Shifting the discourse away from blame ✴ Celebration of success
  12. 12. All hat no rabbit? •Curriculum •Pedagogy •Assessment •Leadership of learning
  13. 13. Irresistible learning
  14. 14. Windows into classrooms • Sharing classroom practice that achieves impact • Examples of work & assessment • Linking practice to theory
  15. 15. Windows into Classrooms • Insert Ambrose school The Oracy Programme at St. Ambroste Barlow RC High School Access video via Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/257148950
  16. 16. Subject knowledge Signposting to subject associations, learned societies, networks #Connect #Inform #Inspire
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  18. 18. Research informed pedagogy ✴Deliberate practice ✴Executive function ✴Retrieval practice ✴Self regulation ✴Metacognition ✴Spaced learning ✴Cognitive overload
  19. 19. Research database Unlimited research access for members and affiliates
  20. 20. Professional knowledge • Building expertise • Access to inspiring stories of success • Overcoming challenges • Practical advice • Career pathways
  21. 21. National network groups • Teacher-led • Over 90 network groups • JFlutter@chartered.college • Free to join • Journal clubs / CPD / TeachMeets
  22. 22. Chartered Teacher status ✴Pilot running until June 2019 ✴High-bar of entry ✴Includes written examination, research project and reflection on practice ✴Next cohort January 2019 ✴Fee £850 to include a mentor and four face-to-face days ✴Future licensing model with teaching schools / research schools
  23. 23. Access video via YouTube: https://youtu.be/L53vhcRaBvo
  24. 24. Creativity
  25. 25. Join now! • Free membership for student teachers • NQTs £36 annually • Full membership £45 annually • Professional Affiliates £45 annually • Fellowship applications open until 21 May 2018 www.chartered.college
  26. 26. Chartered College of Teaching Promo Video Access video via Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/259332602
  27. 27. Friday 18 May 2018 @WMschoolled #WMschoolled18
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  30. 30. Learning By Questions Mission: To transform learning Benefits: Driving uppupils’understanding Driving down teacher workload
  31. 31. What: Pedagogy - Realtimefeedback & interventionduringlessons to accelerate understanding. Platform– cloud platformwith questionsets to support teachers deliver effective lessons. Content – curriculum aligned questionsets designedby teachers; guidancefrom WhiteRose Maths hub. Learning by Questions
  32. 32. Learning by Question Access video via YouTube: https://youtu.be/giY_XV_1Gco
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  35. 35. Contact us: Jon Chambers Education Consultant Jon@lebpartnership.co.uk www.lebpartnership.co.uk T. 01926883374 M.07787434165
  36. 36. @WMschoolled #WMschoolled18 Management, Leadership or Fellowship – you choose SIR CHRISTOPHER STONE Chief Education Officer, GEMS MENASA Deputy Chairman, Academic Council
  37. 37. Access video via YouTube: https://youtu.be/VWf8CXwPoqI
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  40. 40. Access video via YouTube: https://youtu.be/GA8z7f7a2Pk
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  44. 44. Friday 18 May 2018 @WMschoolled #WMschoolled18

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