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Student Learning: Level 4 at Year 6: English greater than 65%, Maths 68% & Science 70% . SEF/SIP PM Policy Standards CPD. Outcome: The pupils I teach will achieve their agreed individual targets this year. Monitoring & Evaluation AMBER Insufficient evidence as at 31/01/09.

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Student Learning: Level 4 at Year 6: English greater than 65%, Maths 68% & Science 70%

SEF/SIPPM Policy

Standards CPD

Outcome:The pupils I teach will achieve their agreed individual targets this year.

Monitoring & Evaluation

AMBER

Insufficient evidence as at 31/01/09

Timelines and QA

Identification by …

Assessment by …

Report to LM by…

Observation by ..

Reflections on feedback from AST recorded by …

Strategies identified by.

Implemented by..

Feedback from AST Discussion with LM by.

Report completed by..

In practice by…

Evidence of impact

Markbook

Classroom organisation

Report log

Observation notes

Lesson plans

Classroom Observation

Pupils work

Assessment data

Work scrutiny

Performance criteria

Uses assessment to diagnose pupils’ needs, and sets realistic & challenging targets (TS C14)

OR

Demonstrates consistent and effective monitoring of progress to give pupils clear and constructive feedback (TS C31&32)

Action steps

(a) Identify underachieving boys and determine the reasons for their underachievement

(b) Observe AST and engage in a professional discussion about appropriate and effective intervention strategies.

Develop and implement at least 3 intervention strategies drawn from research undertaken

(c) Monitor, evaluate and report on the strategies. Incorporate and embed most effective strategy in practice


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Teaching:70% of teaching is good and 20% outstanding.

SEF/SIP PM Policy

Standards CPD

Outcome:My Teaching meets the needs of the full range of learners and course requirements

Monitoring & Evaluation

AMBER

Insufficient evidence as at 31/01/09

RED

No evidence at 31/01/09

Action steps

1(a) Audit and report on the quality of science teaching at KS… Complete a work scrutiny and design and deliver relevant and effective training for teachers

1(b) Following training observe and monitor teaching and provide timely and pertinent feedback

2(a) Visit, observe and reflect on the use of assertive discipline by other teachers

2(b) Set and constantly reinforce clear expectations for behaviour

Timelines and QA

Audit completed by..

Work scrutiny by ..

Training planned by..

Delivered by..

Observation pro forma prepared by…

Observations scheduled

Feedback recorded in log by..

Visits completed by..

Effective methods incorporated into planning by..

Rules published by

Sanctions agreed with LM and communicated

Evidence of impact

Reports

Work Scrutiny pro-forma

Training plan

Participant Feedback

Observation records

Departmental notes

Log

Feedback from teachers

Lesson plans

Headteacher learning walks

Classroom Observation show more pupils on task and volunteering responses to questions

Pupils work

Performance Criteria

Monitors, evaluates and reviews classroom practice and promotes improvement strategies

(TS C31)

Has clearly established rewards & sanctions policies that are understood & valued by pupils (TS C38)


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