Presentation on theme: "Why revisit the SA? Now you are in post, your view of your personal skills, needs and knowledge levels may have changed. Your mentor will probably not."— Presentation transcript:
1Kirklees and Calderdale SCITT Secondary Conference Wednesday 10th September 2014
2Why revisit the SA?Now you are in post, your view of your personal skills, needs and knowledge levels may have changed.Your mentor will probably not have read your SA before nowA revisit gives you and your mentor a new, informed opportunity to reassess your training needs
3ActivityRevisit your Self-Audit and agree your skill and knowledge levelsMake amendments as appropriateRemember this information will inform your D7
4Training Plan (B5)The TP is drawn up by the school in consultation with the trainee and with guidance from the Partnership tutor team.The TP will cover a variety of teaching experiences and training activities, across two key stages, within either Primary or Secondary.It helps you to compile and track your evidence
5What will it look like?It should include all the training activities you undertake.Core training + school based trainingIt provides an opportunity for you to understand how your training programme is impacting on your practice and to identify next steps in your trainingIt provides clear opportunities to cross reference your evidence against the standards
6Weekly Mentor Meeting The meeting should Use the Training Plan (B5) to record key points and targets from your weekly mentor meeting.The meeting shouldbe as subject-specific as possibledevelop understanding of how the Standards for the Award of QTS can be met in your subject/key stageTrack trainee progress and developmentDiscuss and reflect on the training plan – evaluate progressDiscuss other relevant evidence Eg lesson observationsStaff trainingCore programme etcDraw up new learning for the following week and record in the training planRemember to record mentor meetings on the training plan
7Lesson ObservationsTrainees must be observed teaching at least once per weekObservations may be made by mentor, coordinator, senior managers or other colleagues - written feedback must be provided and discussed with the traineeObservations must be focused and where possible linked to their training planAreas for development should be clear and future planning should show how these are addressedThe trainee should observe other colleagues teaching – the focus of this should also be identified in their training plan
8ActivityUse the Self-Audit as a starting point and other relevant knowledgeDraw up the learning for next week (and beyond).
9Assessment Record (D7) This document is to be used as - a tracking matrix to note cross-reference sources of evidence that meet the Standards. It should be clear how the selected evidence meets the standardsa formative assessment record tracking trainee progressthe basis of regular reviews between the trainee, the mentor and the coordinatora summative assessment record showing trainee attainment half termlyAt the end of each half term a completed, updated copy of the top sheet should be sent to the Partnership office. Today please complete the D7 front sheet based on the SA review and hand in.
10ActivityComplete the D7 front sheet based on the SA review and hand in before you leave.
11D7 Meetings Half termly meeting Discuss progress against the Teaching StandardsUse the Training Plan and evidence files to make a grade judgement and record this progress on the D7Fill in the front sheet of the D7 and send to the office on w/e:24th October 201419th December 201413th February 20152nd April 201522nd May 2015Plus final assessment
12What your tutor will want to see Current training planLesson observation records – at least one per weekLesson plans with evidence of self evaluation, which can be shown to be used to inform future planningAssessment Record, front page updated every half termAFL records / evidenceEvidence of completed tasks
14It is in no-ones interest that we fail Trainee Support PlanIf a trainee needs extra support, the school, tutor and Partnership will utilise the Trainee Support Plan to address concerns.It is in no-ones interest that we fail
15Delicate BalanceSchool is the primary training provider. SCITT is the accrediting body and as such has the final say.
162nd Experience Does the school provide a contrasting experience? Guidance on selecting a second school placement:Does the school provide a contrasting experience?Is the school in a different socio-economic group?Does the school offer me opportunity to work with children who different individual needs from children in my school?Is the school an existing partner?16
17The 2nd experience can be with the same key stage or year group BUT…if this is the case your main school must provide experience across 2 key stages within your main placement.17
18AssignmentsPG Cert Ed Students – your assignments are set and marked by University of HuddersfieldQTS Only Students – your assignments are set and marked by Kirklees and Calderdale SCITTAssignment One has a focus onTeaching and LearningAssignment Two is a Curriculum Package
19School NQT Induction Programme If your school is linking your training with their school NQT Induction Programme then please allow us to have a copy of their programme.
20Coaching and Mentoring Training (for Mentors) Already had a good response. The afternoon sessions are now fullWe are now offering morning sessions on the same datesThe dates are:Thursday 18th SeptemberThursday 13th NovemberThursday 22nd JanuaryThursday 30th AprilPlease or ring to book your place
21OFSTED We will be inspected in the Summer Term. Probably May. The areas we are judged upon are;Behaviour ManagementProfessional Conduct and DressImpact/Benefit of training (how well are you being prepared to teach?)Engagement of the schools with the PartnershipAccuracy of judgements