Evaluating Behaviour, and Attitudes and Personal Development in the new Inspection Framework and how to articulate this in your SEF/SSE
17 January 2020
This workshop enables participants with opportunities to reflect and evaluate the extent to which leaders and staff create a safe, calm, orderly and positive environment in the school and the impact this has on the behaviour and attitudes of pupils
Participants will evaluate how their systems and procedures in school contribute most strongly to pupils’ positive behaviour and attitudes, thereby giving them the greatest possible opportunity to achieve positive outcomes.
It will enable participants to reflect and evaluate the extent to which the curriculum supports pupils to develop in many diverse aspects of life. It will explore the school’s intent to provide for the personal development of pupils, and the quality with which the school implements this.
Leaders will explore what effective action it takes to prepare pupils for many aspects of life and how it builds pupils confidence and resilience.
Time is allocated during the day to constructing and editing your own SEF/ SSE with support from the consultant using a variety of templates and resources to ensure it is robust and evaluative.
- Understand how inspectors will evaluate the quality of behaviour and pupil attitudes to learning during inspection
- Explore the way you have created a calm and orderly environment in the school
- Reflect on the extent your school sets clear routines and expectations for the behaviour of pupils across all aspects of school life
- Ensure there is a strong focus on attendance and punctuality ensuring disruption is minimised
- Reflect on behaviour and attendance policies ensuring there are clearly defined consequences that are applied consistently and fairly by all staff.
- Consider the levels of pupil motivation and extent to which pupils have positive attitudes to learning
- Evaluate the positive, respectful, school culture in which staff know and care about pupils
- Ensure the school creates an environment where pupils feel safe, in which bullying and discrimination are not accepted and in which they are dealt with quickly, consistently and effectively whenever they occur.
- Understand how inspectors will evaluate the quality of personal development during inspection
- Reflect on the extent to which your school is developing responsible, respectful, active citizens who are able to play their part and become actively involved in public life as adults
- Explore how curriculum deepens pupils’ understanding of the fundamental British values of democracy, individual liberty, the rule of law and mutual respect and tolerance
- Reflect on how you develop pupils’ character, the set of positive personal traits, dispositions and virtues that informs their motivation to cooperate consistently well with others.
- Explore the extent to which you develop pupils’ confidence, resilience and knowledge so that they can keep themselves mentally healthy
- Evaluate how you develop pupils’ understanding of how to keep physically healthy and maintain an active lifestyle, including giving ample opportunities for pupils to be active during the school day and through extra-curricular activities
Session 1 (17/01/2020 08:45 - 15:30 session)
|Seminar Host||Seminar Name||Seminar Schedule|
|Paul Longden||Evaluating Behaviour, and Attitudes and Personal Development in the new Inspection Framework and how to articulate this in your SEF/SSE||17/01/2020 08:45 - 15:30|