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1 Extended Schools Demonstrating Impact/ Measuring Improvement North West Teachers Centre: Tuesday 1 st March 2011 Technology Education Centre: Thursday 3 rd March 2011 Strabane Teachers Centre: Thursday 10th March :30 – 10:00

2 Programme 0915 Registration 0930 Welcome 0940 Session One – Programme Update 1030 Coffee 1100 Session Two – Sharing Practice 1145 Session Three – In the Dragon’s Den 1230 Session Four – Linking Practice 1315 Plenary 1330 Lunch

3 Objectives To share current practice and approaches to the development and delivery of extended services. To explore the outcomes of the 09/10 annual report to inform planning for 11/12. Focus on improving the quality of action plans, monitoring and annual reports. Share effective practice in the Extended Schools programme.

4 Session One Programme Update 10:00 – 10:30

5 Extended Schools 2011/2012 “The Minister has decided that a number of important spending areas should be afforded protection. These include the allocations for Special Educational Needs, Extended Schools, School Counselling Services and Early Years. In deciding on the allocation of the budget, the Minister has afforded particular priority to the extension of eligibility for Free School Meals Entitlement (FSME) to include from September 2011 Key Stage 2 pupils, with an additional £1million in ” DE Press Release 13 th January 2011

6 MAMJJASONDJFM Complete Annual Report Create Action Plans Action Plan Approval Implementation School Monitoring Monitoring Visits INSET & Support Programme Cycle !!

7 ETI Survey Reports “there is a widening range of programmes, targeted more closely than previously on the specific high level outcomes, with better collaboration and improved consultation and planning evident amongst the stakeholders. The quality of the majority of activities was very good or better.” ETI Survey Report May 2009

8 ETI Survey Reports “ In almost 90% of cases, where ES are serving disadvantaged communities effectively (ie performance levels are good or better), significant improvements are evident in the educational outcomes and the personal and social well-being of pupils.” ETI Survey Report July 2010

9 Influences on Attainment Joseph Rowntree Foundation Home School Community Home School CommunityHome School Community (Peer Group) Primary School Post-Primary School

10 Annual Report Outcomes

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14 “If learning is controlled solely by teachers and schools the learning will always be divorced from reality. It is parents who often are the bridge to providing the context for learning; their experiences and skills are vital if we are to develop an approach fit for the future.” Richard Gerver Creating Tomorrow’s Schools Today (2010)

15 Annual Report Outcomes “If we get the process right and develop true partnership, we would not, as parents, ask at parents evenings “What are you teaching my child this year?”, but “What are we teaching my child this year?” Richard Gerver Creating Tomorrow’s Schools Today (2010)

16 Annual Report Outcomes “If we get the process right and develop true partnership, we would not, as parents, ask at parents evenings “What are you teaching my child this year?”, but “What are we teaching my child this year?” Richard Gerver Creating Tomorrow’s Schools Today (2010)

17 Annual Report Outcomes Source: WELB Extended Schools Annual Report 09/10

18 Annual Report Outcomes Source: WELB Extended Schools Annual Report 09/10

19 Annual Report Outcomes Source: WELB Extended Schools Annual Report 09/10

20 Annual Report Outcomes Source: WELB Extended Schools Annual Report 09/10

21 David’s Story Born to an alcoholic mother. Moves house due to domesti c violence. Mother looses part-time job. Starts school. Moves house again due to domestic violence and changes school. Older brother excluded from school. David moves to live with his maternal grandmothe r David has a reading age of 6years 2 months and has low levels of achievement in most subjects. David is now in post- primary school.

22 David’s Story Design an extended schools programme to support David. Shade the segments of the clock to show what happens when. Counselling Remember School only influences around 17% of David’s life What services/activities will support David’s development and attainment?

23 Session Two Sharing current practice and approaches 11:45-12:30

24 Workshop Sharing Practice Bronách O’Hare – Lumen Christi College –Volunteering & Community Links Gerard Mullan – Dean Maguirc College –Cluster Working Michael Dobbins – Foyleview School –Partnering Community Provision (Playtrail) 11:45-12:30

25 Session Three In the Dragon’s Den 11:00 – 11:45

26 Creating Action Plans Will our activities and services have an impact? Read the action plans provided: –Is there are clear rationale/justification provided for the service/activity in the baseline information? –Is the output measurable? –How could the intended outcome be evidenced? –If you were a member of the project board would you approved this activity?

27 Effective Monitoring Are our activities and services having an impact? Read the monitoring forms provided: –Have these schools demonstrated how the activity is achieving the outcome? –Is there clear evidence provided that the activity is having an impact?

28 Annual Reporting Demonstrating our activities and services had an impact? Read sections 4&5 of the annual reports provided: –Has the school demonstrated how this activity has impacted on school improvement? –Would you, on the basis of the information supplied, recommend that this project continue next year?

29 Session Three Procedures Update 12:30-12:45

30 Updated Circular Issued 12 th November Supersedes the “Blue Book” All schools in the programme must comply with the circular and financial guidance document.

31 Session Four Linking Practice 12:45-13:00

32 5 Golden Rules Based on what you have worked through today create “5 Golden Rules” for Extended Schools practice in 2011/2012.

33 Evaluation


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