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 …
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.
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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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