Presentation on theme: "Challenge the Gap Workshop 6 Teachers 3 hour workshop 110/01/2013 8:43 PM."— Presentation transcript:
Challenge the Gap Workshop 6 Teachers 3 hour workshop 110/01/2013 8:43 PM
Objectives: so what and what next? o Reflect on and evaluate last year at pupil, school, Trio level Review the data What worked and what could have been better o Plan for individual in-school programme next year to integrate and cascade the learning from this year o Plan for Challenge the Gap Cluster and Trio leadership next year 2
Reviewing the year – key questions 1.Describe - what did you do differently in your classroom this year – with pupils, in departments, in Trios? List key activities. 2.Analyse - using the attainment and progress data, and your knowledge of the pupils, what was the impact on: a)Target pupils compared to the rest b)The wider Pupil Premium cohort c)The non-Pupil Premium cohort 3.Evaluate - WWW and EBI to successfully narrow gaps in year 1? 3
Reviewing the year - process 1.Split into three mixed groups. Secondary in subject groups. Primary join the most effective group for them 2.Nominate a chair and a scribe 3.Discussion - chair manages one discussion for each question and scribe completes separate flip chart for each. (Flip charts will be collected in and written up.) 4.Chairs – will be allocated one of the questions to prepare a summary feedback 4
Personal stories – an elevator pitch for the programme 5 Prepare a 2mins story of a child who has made significant progress or been changed in some way this year. Describe the change in them; and explain why and what has caused the change. Audience: your colleagues here and in school
Challenge the Gap 8 The workshop programme 1 2 3 4 56 The pupil journey The school journey The Trio journey
Programme themes The academically competent learner The self aware learner The resilient learner 9
The workshop programme Individual workshops run for leaders, teachers and para-professionals 10 6 workshops Workshop1 Starting Line – the bigger picture Workshop 2 Focus on success – deep dive into data on target pupils Workshop 3 The academically competent learner Workshop 4 The self-aware learner Workshop 5 The resilient learner Workshop 6 So what and what next?
Building on the learning for Y2 1.How will you generate and maintain pace and momentum within Trios? 2.How do you ensure impact on the combined pupil cohorts pupils is dramatic rather than incremental? 3.How will you ensure that there is real cross-school learning within Trios? 11
Your PM agenda (1) – What next in your own school. 1.In Trio subject groups, focus on the in-school programme for your subject - school by school*: how will you as teachers ensure your school will narrow gaps and build on the learning from Y1 across your dept/team? 2.Then move to school groups to share findings and compare approaches for Y2 Discuss your school priorities for Y2 and strategies for improving and embedding classroom practice to narrow gaps How and when will you engage with your in-school Leader and Paras *Process - coaching triad: 12mins per school – c36mins). Focus on one school at a time; one interviewer; one interviewee and one scribe per school 12
PM Agenda (2) – how will you use programme tools more effectively? 13 ToolPurposeWWW, EBI, Variation Plan, Progress, Outcomes (PPO) A common high level planning tool to map L, T and PPs action Pupil impact tracker (PIT) In-depth and broad attainment, progress attitude and intervention data on all target pupils shared by L, T, PPs Pupil portfolio - survey Baseline attitude, self-confidence and learning measure – complete termly – mainly PPs Pupil portfolio - reflective log Mentoring tool to support development of metacognition and language of learning – mainly PPs Pupil Progress Matrix (PPM) Visual representation of progress of target pupils – L, T, PPs.
Your PM agenda (3) – Preparing for CtG next year. Trio Programme next year 1.As a cluster share the results of your discussion ‘out of trio’ earlier today. How do we maintain pace & momentum in the trio? How do we ensure impact on pupils is dramatic rather than incremental? How do we ensure that there is real cross-school learning within trios? 2.Discuss what you can do in your role as Trio Lead to ensure programme success next year? Prepare for W1 What needs to be done now? share ideas as a trio; then work in school groups to agree next steps 14
Your PM agenda – in summary 1 In-school Programme next year 1.Trio subject groups focus on the in-school programme -school by school: how will you as teachers ensure T&L in your classrooms will narrow gaps and build on the learning from Y1 across your dept/team? 2.Then move to school groups to share findings and compare approaches for Y2 Discuss your school priorities for Y2 and strategies for improving and embedding classroom practice to narrow gaps. Agree next steps for engaging with in-school team. 2 How will you use Programme Toosl more effectively next year? 3 Trio Programme next year 1.As a cluster share the results of your discussion ‘out of trio’ earlier today. How do we maintain pace & momentum in the trio? How do we ensure impact on pupils is dramatic rather than incremental? How do we ensure that there is real cross-school learning within trios? 2.Discuss what you can do in your role as Trio Lead to ensure programme success in 2013-14? 3.Prepare for W1 - What needs to be done now? Share ideas as a trio; then work in school groups to agree next steps 15
Thank you Please fill in your feedback forms before leaving Fill in the “Overall” score first – if you could only give one score for the workshop, what would it be? Fill in the session scores - 1 is low and 10 is high Make sure it has your school’s name on it; hand your form in This is your programme; we need your feedback to make it as good as it can be www.challengepartners.org/challengethegap 16
Lunch and re-view gallery with Para-professionals 17