Teaching & Learning

The primary purpose of schools is to maximise the achievement of their pupils and students. Effective teaching is a key factor in this process. Thus, developing ‘Good’ and ‘Outstanding’ teaching should be a continuing priority for school leadership and management.

The most effective schools have highy developed systems and practices for monitoring, evaluating and developing teaching. We offer a range of products and services to support schools in ensuring they have such systems in place and that leaders’ competencies are developed to make the best of them.

Lessons Learned
Designed by practitioners to drive consistent improvement of teaching and learning it enables you to collate the results of observations and provide data and analysis to show results and trends.
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A Framework with complete descriptors for observation, plus guidance on feedback and secondary sources. Teachers will know what effective teaching looks like across the school and all judgements will be robust.
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Courses and INSET

Courses for leaders, teachers and governors directly related to developing Good and Outstanding Teaching. Plus high quality INSET based entirely around specific needs for individual or groups of schools.
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There is a clear and definable link between Leadership and Management, teaching and learning and the achievement of pupils in the school. What are the essentials for leaders to develop?

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Successful schools ensure that all teaching reaches the minimum standard of ‘Good’ and that all teachers aspire to be ‘Outstanding.’ This is supported by high quality, effective monitoring and evaluation.

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All schools observe. How can you be successful in making sure your systems and processes are correctly focused on developing teachers’ practice, have demonstrable impact and result in improvement?

What’s new on our Teaching and Learning Blog..

National Averages – 61% of pupils reached the expected standard in reading, writing and maths compared to just 53% in 2016, that’s up 8% nationally. The national has risen much …

What our customers say:

Our Ofsted Inspector loved Lessons Learned and how easy it made it to demonstrate improvement in Teaching and Learning.

- Secondary Headteacher