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The CQS in Action. ‘moving from developing to exemplary’ Jenny Wickett and Hannah Colam. Introduction. Welcome Our roles Learning Objectives. Learning Objectives. To share examples of how to improve Gifted and Talented provision in the Primary and Secondary School

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The CQS in Action

‘moving from developing to exemplary’

Jenny Wickett and Hannah Colam


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Introduction

  • Welcome

  • Our roles

  • Learning Objectives


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Learning Objectives

  • To share examples of how to improve Gifted and Talented provision in the Primary and Secondary School

  • To demonstrate how to use the CQS Framework for whole school improvement


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Provision Triangle

Whole School

Framework

National

Local/Regional

Cross Phase

Extended Curriculum

Classroom


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CQS – A Framework for School Improvement

  • Step 1 – Complete the CQS for your school

  • Step 2 – Choose 1 strand to target as part of whole school development

  • Step 3 – Set specific targets and create an action plan


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Our Project

  • We chose 1 element of the CQS where both of our schools were at the ‘developing’ stage

  • We engaged in focus planning sessions and brainstormed ideas on how to move towards ‘exemplary’ in our schools

  • We set achievable targets and embraced a ‘whole school approach’


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Card Sort

  • In order for us to proceed with our project we needed to be able to distinguish between developing and exemplary practice

  • Are you confident with the main differences?

  • Can you sort the statements into developing and exemplary?


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Classroom Practice

  • Following completion of the CQS audit we decided to focus on Element 2 of the CQS ‘Development of Learning’

  • We would like to share some of the experiences and changes we initiated in our schools, in response to our targets


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Primary ExampleClassroom/Cross Phase Provision

CQS – Exemplary Criteria

There is widespread use of critical thinking and problem solving

School Action

Mixed Age School Radio Station


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Primary ExampleClassroom Provision

CQS – Exemplary Criteria

G & T learners follow their own lines of enquiry and critically evaluate their own learning

School Action

Challenge Box


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Secondary ExampleClassroom Provision

CQS – Exemplary Criteria

Learners select and make decisions about which strategies to use to improve achievement

School Action

Assessment for Learning


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Secondary ExampleClassroom Provision

CQS – Exemplary Criteria

There is regular opportunity to lead and influence others

School Action

Student Leadership


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Conclusion

  • Focus on 1 element at a time

  • Assess progress against CQS

  • Set achievable targets

  • Evaluate and review

    Thank you for listening. Any questions?


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