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2 What does Outstanding Teaching & Learning look like? Phil Mace Head of The Streetly

3 Outcomes: 1.Review the Ofsted Criteria for Outstanding lessons. 2.See how 6 steps can contribute to an Outstanding PE lesson. 3.See these steps in action.

4 You need to nurture an ethos of engagement and enthusiasm to learn. There is no quick fix for this.

5 Planning for Progress

6 Excellent subject knowledge. Astute planning; challenging tasks based on systematic, accurate assessment. Well-judged, often imaginative strategies; sharply-focused, timely support and intervention; matches individual needs accurately. Every opportunity taken to develop cross- curricular literacy/numeracy teaching Appropriate, regular homework contributes very well to learning.

7 Engagement & Enthusiasm

8 Consistently high expectations High levels of enthusiasm; commitment to learning. Teaching promotes high levels of resilience, confidence and independence when tackling challenging activities

9 Assessment, Questioning & Feedback

10 Systematic and effective assessment, anticipating where to intervene; notable impact on learning. Frequent, consistently high-quality feedback

11 Behaviour & Climate for Learning

12 Climate of respect and dignity. Very high levels of engagement, courtesy, collaboration and cooperation. Excellent, enthusiastic attitudes; no disruption. Systematic, consistently applied behaviour management; pupils manage own behaviour

13 Learning Skills & Progress

14 Almost all pupils (90%) make rapid and sustained progress

15 1.Starter / Warm up 2.Learning Outcomes 3.High Expectations 4.Challenge, Collaboration & Choice 5.Dedicated Improvement & Reflection Time (Assessment as Learning) 6.Plenary/Review Steps to ‘Outstanding’

16 1. Starter / Warm up Prompt start – Get them into the habit of self starting with: An independent warm up or equipment set up. A creative challenge in pairs. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rmjHUwi-rc

17 “ Students should expect to start work as soon as they come into the classroom, without you directing them. Jackie Beere (2012) The Perfect Ofsted Lesson - revised and updated

18 Steps to ‘Outstanding’ 2. Learning Outcomes What do you want them to be able to do by the end of the lesson? Describe it simply & exactly in two levels (at least) for differentiation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmDsWn_ffao

19 Steps to ‘Outstanding’ 3. High expectations Do you have consistency in your lessons? Kit, behaviour, quality of work, expectations of progress in lessons, rewards & sanctions.

20 “ Setting high expectations is the single most important thing you can do to ensure good progress in learning. Make sure specific groups of students are aware of what they need to do to make progress. Jackie Beere (2012) The Perfect Ofsted Lesson - revised and updated

21 Steps to ‘Outstanding’ 4. Challenge, Collaboration & Choice Challenge is the way to ensure that expectations are high and learners are working to make progress in their learning. Collaboration ensures that students work together, independently of the teacher, to achieve the ‘brilliant outcomes’. Resilience! Choice of tasks engages the learners and makes them feel committed to the task. Higher order blooms taxonomy: Get them to Create, Evaluate etc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDOY03uifxo

22 Steps to ‘Outstanding’ 5. Dedicate Improvement & Reflection Time Move from group to group facilitating learning. Ask higher order questions that you don’t answer! Give feedback to ensure students understand how to improve their work. Get them to assess their work and amend it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhCPZ14jsCI

23 “ Working to redraft, improve and amend against success criteria and acting on constructive criticism is a vital part of the learning journey Jackie Beere (2012) The Perfect Ofsted Lesson - revised and updated

24 Steps to ‘Outstanding’ 6. Plenary Sum up the learning outcomes. Get them to discuss and share their key developments in the lesson. Sticky notes to record things they have learned, placed on the door on exit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFSwwBFHD_4

25 Steps to ‘Outstanding’ 6. Plenary Sum up the learning outcomes. Get them to discuss and share their key developments in the lesson. Sticky notes to record things they have learned, placed on the door on exit. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFSwwBFHD_https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFSwwBFHD_4

26 Lesson… L/O’s: Level 5 Plan, evaluate & change strategies and tactics to bring about success in net games. Towards: Create a plan to score as many points as you can to target zones of the court. At: Evaluate how effective your game plan was at achieving your goal then changing/improve it. Beyond: Analyse the strengths and weaknesses of your opponents to inform your plans and changes.

27 Lesson… Starter Students came in and set up equipment in their groups. Did pairs warm ups, pre organised to ensure quick paced start. Introduced L/O’s after warm up, with 3 differentiated outcomes.

28 Lesson… Tasks Blue, Yellow, Green groups (all different). Success criteria decided by students (assessed by teacher). Q&A intervened to ensure progress maintained/maximised. Students reviewed progress against criteria and improved their work. Moved them on when they were ready.

29 Lesson… Plenary Reviewed own/collaborative progress towards targets. Discussed what they had learnt and implemented well. Shared what they think they will change next time.

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