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1 How to make the most out of your MLE - from a leadership perspective Hobbayne Primary School Ealing, London

2 Camilla Densmore Deputy Headteacher, first post. Arrived at Hobbayne in 2006 Hannah O’Leary ICT coordinator Year 6 teacher Arrived at Hobbayne in 2009

3 Situated in Ealing, West London 2FE moving to 3FE as part of LA expansion project 18% SEN 21% FSM 33% EAL Fronter established 2009 Named our ‘e-school’ Whole school roll out Jan 2010 Whole school use for over a year with average of 4000 log ons per month

4  Visited the conference last year where we spoke of implementation  Used mainly in 2010 – 11 as a Teaching and Learning tool  Listened to keynote speech from Mark Ducker, headteacher at Gonville.  Particularly interested in his idea of a ‘legacy’  Inspired us to take the next step forward

5 What we already know works about the MLE:  Visual and engaging  Accessible anywhere, not limiting staff to being at school, or being in the staffroom  Easy interface  Secure  One stop shop for information

6  School leadership  Governor leadership  Subject leadership  Support staff leadership  Pupil leadership

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8 Keeping leaders informed SIP Raising Attainment Plan End of year outcomes Statistics and data Clear communication Room accessed by LT members only Minutes of all past meetings accessible by all from any computer

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10 Engagement Governors’ forum to encourage participation on school issues Information List of information to keep Governors abreast of latest developments nationally and locally

11 Governor support A list of documents to support governors in keeping informed in their role

12 Governor ambition List of supporting information for current Governors’ projects

13 Governor induction List of documentation for new Governors

14 Governors as a community

15 Governor information

16 Governors’ responsibililty and organisation List of agendas, minutes and action plans relating to each sub committee

17 Hannah O’Leary ICT coordinator Started in 2009, just as Fronter was being implemented Came from a different borough

18 Supporting effective leadership All rooms have same layout Clear expectations for all leaders Induction for new staff Legacy for subject, regardless of staff mobility Consistency across all subjects Accessible anywhere

19 Supporting planning and teaching

20 Supporting staff CPD

21 Supporting accreditation

22 Supporting teaching and learning

23 Supporting specific whole school issues

24 Next steps All staff to replicate rooms for their own subject, with template for front page and contents

25 Using the messages tool to communicate to the rest of the staff

26 Supporting staff communication

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29 Supporting gifted and talented pupils

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34 Provides a wealth of information but also puts ownership on the group (staff, TAs, Governors) Ensures all community are involved in one place, often difficult for part time staff or governors Inclusive – whether for NQTs or senior leaders Engagement on all levels of leadership Effective management of subjects across the school Not reliant on a school network - only accessible at school - finding your way through folders that can be organised differently according to the leader Legacy for leaders (HT, subject leaders)

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