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1 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department 1 Journey to Excellence Governor Strategic Briefings Spring 2014 Kathryn Boulton, Assistant Director, Schools and Learning

2 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Outline  Drivers for change  Leadership opportunities and challenge  Self-improving school system  Next steps 2

3 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Why?  Evolving role of local authority (LA)  Autonomy and accountability  Expectations  Shifting landscape  Opportunities and Challenges 3

4 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Primary  EYFS – 50% reached good level of development compared to 52% nationally  KS1 – All above national average  KS2 – Attainment all above national average – Progress – 1% point below national average  Gaps – CiC widening – SEND widening –FSM narrowed by 7% 4

5 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Primary Schools by Ofsted Overall Effectiveness Judgement As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National

6 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Primary School Pupils Attending Good or Better Schools As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National

7 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Secondary  5+EM – in line with national average at 59.1%  3LP – Maths in line with national average (70%) and 4.5% improvement  3LP – English below national average at 65% (70.47%) – improvement of 1.2%  Gaps – CiC attainment above national average and gap narrowed – SEND attainment in line with national average – FSM narrowing 7

8 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Secondary Schools by Ofsted Overall Effectiveness Judgement 8 As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National

9 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Secondary School Pupils Attending Good or Better Schools As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National

10 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Special Schools by Ofsted Overall Effectiveness Judgement 10 As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National (Dec-13)

11 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Special School Pupils Attending Good or Better Schools As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National (Aug 13)

12 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Support Centres by Ofsted Overall Effectiveness Judgement 12 As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National (Aug 13)

13 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Percentage of Support Centre Pupils Attending Good or Better Schools As at 03/03/14 OutstandingGoodRI/SatisfactoryInadequate Derbyshire National (Aug 13)

14 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department In Derbyshire, Excellence Means:  All our schools and settings judged to be good or better by 2017  All our learners achieve above that expected nationally  There are no gaps in progress for learners with DSEN, who are looked after, who are eligible for free school meals or are from an ethnic minority group  All teaching across our schools and settings is at least good with a high proportion of outstanding 14

15 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department In Derbyshire, Excellence Means: cont’d  Maintain attendance levels across our schools and settings above the national average  Maintain persistence absence levels across our schools and settings so that they remain below the national average  There are no incidences of permanent exclusions  There are fewer incidences of fixed term exclusions than the national average 15

16 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Leadership Opportunities and Challenge  Shared moral purpose  Collective responsibility  Complex  Adaptive leadership  Focus on learning, teaching and leadership  Strengths-based  Resilient  Schools as partners  Moving beyond compliance with Ofsted 16

17 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Accelerating our Journey to Excellence Through a Self-improving School System  LA role:  Statutory – champion for all children  Hold strategic big picture  Quality Assurance  Intervene where concerns  Commissioner/broker  Enabling infrastructure 17

18 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Accelerating our Journey cont’d  Systems leadership  Partnerships  Collective responsibility  Challenge – LA to school and school to school  Forensic use of data  Sharing excellence in learning, teaching and leadership  Identifying and Growing Talent 18

19 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department What it Might Look Like….  Diversity of models – no one size fits all  Cluster working  Partnerships and collaborations  Teaching schools  System leaders – NLGs/NLEs/LLEs/DLEs  Leadership support and development – includes Governors  CPD 19

20 Derbyshire County Council Children and Younger Adults Department Next Steps  Evolving QDD, developing a model with every school having a LA link adviser including use of associates - greater involvement of Governors  Website development  Developing traded services model  Consultant support  Research other models  Establish joint steering group  Hold development workshops in summer term  Re-designed strategy and model 20


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