Presentation on theme: "Assessing strategic and partnership working in inspection and self-evaluation Graeme Logan Assistant Director & Alona Murray HM Inspector."— Presentation transcript:
Assessing strategic and partnership working in inspection and self-evaluation Graeme Logan Assistant Director & Alona Murray HM Inspector
Current landscape Shared agenda across public services Response to Christie Report Greater integration of public services at local level Overarching Framework Framework for Evaluating the Quality of Services and Organisations
Current landscape New policies and legislation including; The Regulations CLD Strategic Guidance for CPPs Education Scotland’s Corporate Plan Learning Community inspection model
ES Corporate Plan working together to tackle underachievement and to deliver more equitable outcomes for all learners 6 Strategic objectives Partnership integral to this plan
Learning Community Inspections Operational not strategic focus Model confirmed with updated guidance August 2013 Focus is on answering two questions But still looks at quality indicators to help tell the story 1.1, 2.1, 4.1, 5.10 (3.1, 8.1)
The Two key questions How well are partners improving learning, increasing life-chances, promoting and securing wellbeing? How well are partners working together and improving the quality of services and provision?
HGIOCLD2? 8.1 Partnership working Clarity of purposes and aims Service level agreements, roles and remits Working across agencies and disciplines Staff roles in partnerships
Creative Conversations Creative Conversations: 2 - Partnership and Collaboration 15 November 2013 VenueStirling Management Centre LocationUniversity of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA How To Apply Please contact Kathleen Fynan ov.uk) to confirm your attendance by 5th November Places are limited. A programme will be sent out once you have confirmed your attendance.Kathleen Fynan
Discussion How well do you assess partnership working ? What difference are your partnerships making? How well does inspection support you in assessing strategic and partnership working ? What are the challenges, solutions to these challenges and opportunities going forward?
Strengths – main themes Volunteers/ volunteering Impact of partnership working Vibrant communities Improvements to life chances Achievement Workforce development
Areas for Improvement - themes Curriculum for Excellence Needs analysis and use of data Joint training/ self-evaluation/ improvement planning Accreditation Partnerships at different levels