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Big data, big ideas, big improvements. Anna Heath, Business Development Manager 8 th April 2014. Introductions. Tim Downie. Anna Heath. Pete Collison. Discussion themes. What is school to school collaboration?. How can it deliver school improvement?. What are the practicalities?.

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big data big ideas big improvements
Big data, big ideas, big improvements

Anna Heath, Business Development Manager

8th April 2014

introductions

Introductions

Tim Downie

Anna Heath

Pete Collison

discussion themes

Discussion themes

What is school to school collaboration?

How can it deliver school improvement?

What are the

practicalities?

School to School Collaboration

How can data and

technology help?

slide5

Local Authority

  • Region (multiple LAs)
  • School federation
  • Academy chain
slide6

Top-down

Centralised structure and programme driven activities

Bottom-up

School-driven approach with centralised facilitation

London Challenge

Black Country Challenge

Manchester Challenge

Great North East Challenge

London Gold Club

Somerset Challenge

slide8

Budget cuts

  • School and practitioner-led system

School to School Collaboration

  • Education Select Committee report
  • London’s success
somerset s challenge
Somerset’s Challenge
  • The rate of improvement in Somerset’s secondary schools has fallen behind that seen nationally
  • At Key Stage 4 Somerset is below national and regional figures for:
    • the proportion of students gaining 5 or more GCSE A*-C grades including English and mathematics
    • the percentage of students making the expected progress in English and mathematics
    • the proportion of pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM) who gained 5 A*-C passes including English and mathematics at GCSE
  • Overall effectiveness Ofsted Inspection judgements show:
    • a greater proportion of schools not yet good than regionally or nationally
    • a smaller proportion at grade 1 than regionally or nationally
slide14

Current Performance: 59%

  • Upper Quartile: 64%
  • In line with hub’s current highest performer: 71%
slide17

Vision and targets

Buy-in from Schools

Effective knowledge sharing

Communication & Monitoring

slide29

What is school to school collaboration?

How can it deliver school improvement?

What are the

practicalities?

School to School Collaboration

How can data and

technology help?

slide30

If you want to go fast, go alone.

If you want to go far, go together

African proverb

get in touch

Get in touch

  • +44 (0) 845 700 300
  • results@rm.com
  • @RMAnnaHeath
  • www.rmresults.co.uk