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Mowbray School. Investors in Pupils. Involvement in Investors in Pupils provides excellent evidence of the contribution a school is making to the five outcomes of Every Child Matters and Inclusion Within AFL, SEAL and ECM there is an emphasis on listening to ‘pupil voice’.

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investors in pupils
Investors in Pupils
  • Involvement in Investors in Pupils provides excellent evidence of the contribution a school is making to the five outcomes of Every Child Matters and Inclusion
  • Within AFL, SEAL and ECM there is an emphasis on listening to ‘pupil voice’.
  • IIPs actively engages pupils in the ownership of the school and their learning.
each classroom has visible information to include all 5 areas
Each classroom has visible information to include all 5 areas ;
  • Learning
  • Behaviour
  • Induction
  • Attendance
  • Classroom management/responsibilities
why schools become involved in iip
Why Schools become involved in IiP
  • Something which can become embedded in good school practice.
  • Emphasis on valuing all pupils
  • Reinforces the ethos of our school
  • Many areas already in place
  • High expectations of everyone in school
  • Recognises what we do in school
  • Developed and refined to meet the needs of our changing population.
iip should impact on
IiP should Impact on;

Attendance–

  • Improvedattendance through incentives such as awards for full half term attendance at school

Behaviour–

  • Where schools have fully embraced the principles and practice of initiatives such as IiP, SEAL & have a positive behaviour policy, staff have noticed that there have been noticeable changes/further improvements in pupil behaviour and commitment to learning.
impact
Impact

Induction-

  • Induction books and DVDs help children to feel confident & raise self esteem
  • transition from Primary-Secondary
  • new pupils to settle,
  • new adult helpers,
  • supply teachers.

Classroom management-

  • helps with economic well-being
  • spending money wisely
  • how important it is to look after things in the classroom
  • looking after each other through the class promise
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The 5 key areas of IiP have a positive impact on the personal development & well-being in many ways:

Learning-

  • IiP children become better learners through –
  • targets, both individual & class, decided by the children, allows them to be involved with their own learning.
check list in our s chool do we have
Check list In our school do we have;
  • Commitment from-head, all teaching/support/lunchtime staff, children & Governors (all stakeholders)
  • IiP on display in every classroom (including EYFS )
  • Clear understanding of the Indicators in the IiP handbook
  • Induction booklets/policy in every classroom
  • Class vision/mission/promise for every class
  • Class targets – visual in every class
  • SMART Individual targets for every child
school council or class representatives pupil voice
School Council or Class RepresentativesPupil Voice
  • Representatives from all year groups
  • Elected by their peers
  • Regular meetings
  • Set agendas
  • Tasks and feedback
  • Budget responsibility
  • Input to SDP
  • Jobs of responsibility –
investors in pupils evidence
Actions on attendance

Positive behaviour strategies

Job descriptions

School aims

Staff CPD

Liaison with parents/carers

Well structured PSHCE programme

Displays

DVD/Video tape recording

Pupil/Student work

Reading partners

Parents in school days

SMART days

Behind the scenes days

Investors in Pupils - Evidence
  • IiP assemblies
  • Interviews with children
  • Interviews with staff
  • Target setting with groups and

individual pupils

  • Certificates – Artsmark
  • Healthy School Standard
  • Sports awards
  • Eco- school involvement
  • School Council
  • Class buddies
  • Befrienders
  • Circle Time used to give pupils a

voice

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