Presentation on theme: "INSPECTION MATTERS Providing Inspection Services for Department of Education Department for Employment and Learning Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure."— Presentation transcript:
INSPECTION MATTERS Providing Inspection Services for Department of Education Department for Employment and Learning Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure The Education and Training Inspectorate - Promoting Improvement Killyhevlin Hotel 22/23 rd April 2010
Inspection Strategy 1. Proportionate approach to inspection 2. Evaluation of performance 3. Proposed Procedures
Performance Indicators The Inspection landscape Outstanding Very good Good Satisfactory Inadequate Unsatisfactory
Proportionate Strategy Key elements of Proportionate Strategy : - fair and appropriate - longitudinal/collaborative - formal and rigorous
Proportionate Classification Outcome of recent inspection Outcome of recent follow-up inspection Outcome of surveys Outcome of the school’s analysis of its assessment data DI knowledge Outcome of external evaluations/AHS Outcome of school’s annual self-evaluation report
Proposed Procedures: The Strategy in Action Outstanding or very good -- -------- collaborative process---------published report/case study Good> satisfactory ---Capacity building process( MV) ------------FUI Inadequate and Unsatisfactory ---- programme of change----------MVs- FUI -------progress report
Inspection Matters The Personal Landscape Dealing with uncertainty Working in a challenging environment Recognising the strengths of the sector Personal perspectives on organisation Responsible leadership for all Dealing with concerns.
Inspection Matters Great service is in the eye of the beholder. Batteries Included Nigel May Barlow
Inspection Matters Together Towards Improvement Providing Inspection Services for Department of Education Department for Employment and Learning Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure The Education and Training Inspectorate - Promoting Improvement Killyhevlin 2010 April
Together Towards Improvement ‘ all children and young people are entitled to education of the highest quality which enables them to develop as individuals and gain skills, knowledge and understanding’ Overview questions How effective and efficient are the provision and related services in meeting the needs of learners and why? What steps need to be taken to improve the provision further? Has he organisation the capacity to improve the provision?
How effective are leadership and management in raising achievement and supporting learners? Vision and knowledge Self-evaluation and targets setting Staff development and deployment Resource Partnership Values and principles
Teaching and Learning How effective are teaching, training and learning and assessment? Planning Learning environment Curriculum experiences Classroom assistants Assessment leading to learning Pathways-careers-transition