Presentation on theme: "LPPA presentation An introduction to the Leading Parent Partnership Award “The children are more secure in knowing parents and schools are working together.""— Presentation transcript:
1 LPPA presentation An introduction to the Leading Parent Partnership Award “The children are more secure in knowing parents and schools are working together." Carmel Moore, Headteacher at Prince of Wales Primary School, Enfield
2 Why work with parents/carers? To raise achievement?To increase attendance and punctuality?To gain support and cooperation?To encourage contribution?To increase inclusion?To encourage adult learning?To support community development?To raise morale?
3 What are your key challenges? Making your school really welcoming?Getting all parents/carers involved?Getting all staff involved?Knowing what you really want to achieve?Finding time to plan and organise?Knowing how well you are doing?Limited physical space and resources?
4 How can the LPPA help? Clear framework for action Focus on sustainable developmentStraightforward process for deliveryPositive professional supportA DCSF recognised awardClose match with ECM and Extended Schools
5 Starting Points“Working with parents continues to be a big priority for us.”“We’re on the way, but we realise there’s more we could do.”“So far we’ve done very little with parents at all.”
6 Does it work?"Support from our LPPA Adviser was challenging and encouraged very strategic reflection and development."Wendy Wheldon Headteacher at Ecclesall Infant School, Sheffield"The LPPA has been a constructive and supportive process which we believe has been of great value to our school community."Liz Whincop Headteacher at Walker Primary School, Enfield"The LPPA has given purpose to the Parent Voice and gaining the award will raise their self esteem and self confidence."Clive Rigby Headteacher at James Brindley Science College, Stoke-on-Trent"This work is of the highest priority in contributing to raising the aspirations and achievement of all our students."Jenny Jones Headteacher at The Grove, a Specialist Maths and Computing College, East Sussex
8 The LPPA Objectives 2 3 Welcoming school 4 Parent/carer learning 5 Parent/carer and child learning
9 The LPPA Objectives 3 6 Effective induction 7 High quality information 8 Positive policies9 Supported transition
10 The LPPA Objectives 410 Monitoring and evaluation
11 The LPPA Process 1 School self-evaluation 2 Initial Audit and Action Plan
12 The LPPA Process 2 3 Action Plan delivery 4 Portfolio building 5 Ongoing support
13 The LPPA Process 36 Interim Assessment7 Final Verification
14 How long will it take? Agreed between school and adviser Normally 12 – 15 months
15 Quality Assurance DfES and DCSF endorsement LPPA monitoring and evaluationA Prospects programme
16 What next? To join the LPPA: Complete and return the Registration Form in your pack and we will contact youFor further informationcall:
17 Local Delivery of the LPPA through a Licensing Agreement A Local Authority or other local group contract with Prospects to deliver the LPPAThe contract involves minimum of 5 schools in the local areaThe licensee and Prospects work in partnership to deliver the LPPA in the area
18 The Licensing Agreement Approach in brief The licensee:Organises and manages local delivery of the LPPASelects local LPPA Advisers to work in its schoolsProspects:Trains local LPPA AdvisersRetains quality control, including the provision of the Final Verification
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