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Preparing for and completing the Whole School Audit. Step 1: The Whole School Framework. What is the Whole School Framework?. The Whole School Framework criteria help schools to see where they are in terms of their current global learning and understand where to go next

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What is the whole school framework
What is the Whole School Framework?

  • The Whole School Framework criteria help schools to see where they are in terms of their current global learning and understand where to go next

  • The criteria will help schools understand the sort of outcomes that can be achieved by embedding global learning across the school


The whole school criteria
The Whole School Criteria

  • The criteria are split up into:

  • Pupil achievement (P)

  • Teachers’ practice (T)

  • Behaviour and relationships (B)

  • Leadership and the community (L)


The whole school criteria1

Stages of development

Whole school outcomes:

EARLY

EMBEDDED

DEVELOPING

The Whole School Criteria

  • The criteria are differentiated into progressive stages highlighting the increasing depth of practice, moving from early, to developing, to embedded.

Pupil achievement

Teachers’ practice

Behaviour & relationships

Leadership & Community




Gathering the data
Gathering the data

  • Step 1: Introduce the GLP to colleagues responsible for GLP core subjects within your school: English, maths, science, geography, history, RE, citizenship

  • Step 2: Colleagues review the Whole School Criteria individually and identify which statements best describe the current global learning situation in their curriculum areas


Gathering the data1
Gathering the data

  • Step 3: Collate the data from each curriculum area and use this to identify the most appropriate response for each of the GLP criteria across your school

  • Step 4: Complete the Whole School Audit online with the identified responses



Establishing the baseline
Establishing the baseline

  • Either:

  • Print out a record of your responses to record your baseline position

  • Or

  • Keep a hard copy record of your responses to record your baseline position


Creating your action plan
Creating your action plan

  • Whole School Audit completed online will produce an automated school action plan

  • This action plan will signpost support such as online curriculum frameworks, CPD being offered locally and support from a GLP Local Advisor and local Expert Centre school


Example action plan statements

  • Intended outcome: Global activities are used to better engage parents, community groups and other organisations locally, nationally and globally.

  • You are making good progress towards the suggested outcome. Your school could consider one or two of the following:

  • Invite parents to pupil-led assemblies on global issues.

  • Run an assembly or a school-based conference using external speakers.

  • Try running active citizenship project with the local community or between partner schools. Use resources from the Global Dimension website or contact your local Development Education Centre.

  • Work towards the International School Award


Implementing your action plan
Implementing your action plan

  • Mobilise SLT support to obtain some time at a staff meeting or INSET day to introduce the GLP, using the downloadable resources

  • Divide colleagues into curriculum or phase groups to review the curriculum frameworks and identify opportunities for integrating GLP into their schemes of work


Implementing your action plan1
Implementing your action plan

  • Ask colleagues to identify general and curriculum/subject-specific training needs that will need to be addressed if they are to deliver GL effectively through their subject teaching

  • Collate these for discussion for the next session with your Expert Centre


Thank you

Thank you!

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