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1 How to improve your primary school using Becta's self-review framework BETT 2007 Philippa Lee

2 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

3 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

4 Where are we withICT? Where are we with ICT? The gap between the best and the worst is unacceptably wide and increasing. In the most outstanding examples, ICT is starting to have a pervasive impact on the way teachers teach and children learn. As yet the governments aim for ICT to become embedded in the work of schools is a reality in only a small minority.

5 Achieving change - How far have we got? Source: DfES/PwC Spectrum of e-enablement by schools type Late adopters AmbivalentEnthusiastice-enabledSample size (N) Primary schools7%44%39%10%118 Secondary schools11%41%34%14%85 Special schools16%35%33%16%43 All schools and colleges13%36%40%11%345

6 Dimensions of change Vision Skills Incentives Resources Action plans Vision Skills Incentives Action plans Frustration Vision Skills Incentives Resources False starts Vision Skills Resources Action plans Slow change Skills Incentives Resources Action plans Confusion Vision Incentives Resources Action plans Anxiety Success Jacqueline S. Thousand & Richard A. Villa Managing Complex Change; 2001

7 What is it all about? (Bectas) self-review framework isnt just about ICT and, interestingly, that is a key factor of its success. It focuses the mind on the whole spectrum of school development. Steve Gater – Headteacher, Walker Technology College

8 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

9 Self-review framework Developed and supported by all national agencies 100 professionals contributed to its development Building on the work of Ofsteds Common Evaluation Framework Online self review tool with: –action planning –links to support materials –benchmarking –evidence examples –linked to ICT Mark accreditation. Using the framework has enabled us to identify our strengths and provide a clear direction and pathway for us to follow Jeff Smith, Headteacher, Anson Primary School

10 Developing the framework Leadership and managementNCSL CurriculumStrategies Learning and teachingBecta AssessmentQCA Professional developmentTDA Extending opportunities for learningBecta ResourcesBecta Impact on pupil outcomesOfsted

11 The elements of the self-review framework Impact on the learner The curriculum Extending opportunities for learning Learning & teachingAssessment Professional development Resources Leadership and management

12 Curriculum Learning and teaching Assessment Professional development Extending opportunities for learning Resources Impact on pupil outcomes 54321 Made a start Nothing in placeAspirational Strategy in place Coherence E-Mature

13 To view or download the video of Niel McLean, Executive Director, Institutional Development at Becta, talking about Bectas self-review framework, please go to: http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28286 http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28286

14 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

15 Benefits - it helps a school decide: where you are in your whole school improvement and ICT development how well you are doing compared to others where you want to go - aspirations what good looks like and how you can achieve it what actions to prioritise where you may need support.

16 Benefits for a primary school Rob Hazelgrove, Headteacher, St Loys Primary School, Northants To view or download this video, please go to: http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28290 http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28290

17 Benefits of the process The self-review framework … has enabled all the staff, not just the ICT specialists, to understand where we are going strategically. It has brought us together and consolidated the whole vision for the school. Roger Whittall, Headteacher, Westwood School

18 Benefits for a secondary school Roger Whittall, Headteacher Westwood College, a Technology School, Coventry To view or download this video, please go to: http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28291 http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28291

19 Benefits - Quotes from school leaders The self-review framework has taught us to focus in on what we need. It is a quick and easy way to evaluate ourselves and the school. Lisa Edwards, Kings Rise Community Primary School Suggested actions are a great starting point which enabled us to develop our own actions which were more customised to our school Gina O Connor, Deputy Headteacher, Westwood School The framework allows us to make judgements on how we are moving pupils forward in the use of ICT Balwant Bains, Head of Student achievement, Westwood School

20 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

21 To view or download this video, please go to: http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28289 http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28289

22 To view or download this video, please go to: http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28287 http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28287

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29 Benefits from using the online tool Steve Gater, Walker Technology College, Newcastle To view or download this video, please go to: http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28288 http://events.becta.org.uk/display.cfm?resID=28288

30 Since the launch… Over 4,500 schools already using the online tools Interesting patterns of use emerging

31 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

32 National ICT Mark … Demonstrates commitment to continual improvement through ICT Based on schools own review using the self-review framework Nationally agreed standards and threshold Externally assessed Apply for assessment when ready Small charge for assessor time Register of accredited assessors Over 100 Assessors registered 637 ICT Mark schools

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34 Key areas Why it is needed? What is the self-review framework? What are the benefits for schools? How can schools use it? What are the benefits of the online tool? Celebrating success: ICT Mark & ICT Excellence Awards What you need to do next.

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36 What you do next Register by Filling in the form or Visiting the Becta stand or Using a sign-up pod

37 http://www.becta.org.uk/schools Thank you Philippa Lee philippa.lee@becta.org.uk


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