Who this is suitable for:
This course is suitable for all staff who work within the classroom, middle and senior leaders.
How do we go about ensuring that we as teaching staff not only know the progress students have made, but more importantly, that both students and outside observers are able to recognise it too?
This course examines what progress looks like in the classroom and relates progress to the outcome – led lesson.
In addition delegates will be shown how to use a range of helpful strategies in order to plan and structure a lesson that delivers explicit ‘good’ progress during a fifteen or twenty minute observation.
Outcomes for Delegates:
• Consistency of approach to Teaching and Learning across the school
• What is good or better progress within the OFSTED framework and how do we show it?
• Effective planning for progress
• The key differences between how we TEACH and how children LEARN best.
• Understanding how we must marker the learning journey for students to show good progress.
• A clear understanding of the outcome-led lesson, and how this relates directly to progress made.
• Handy tips on how to enable students to clearly and appropriately measure and reflect upon their prior, current and future learning.
• How to make lessons bite size and to review learning at key points during a lesson.
• Use of the mini plenary as a regular indicator of progress.
Leicestershire - Friday 13th January 2017
Nottinghamshire - Monday 24th April 2017
Leicestershire - Monday 3rd July 2017
Derbyshire - Monday 18th September 2017
All courses support the principles of the new Teachers Professional Development Standards and most recent OFSTED framework
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For further information about all of our courses and bespoke services contact Claire:
Telephone: 0115 9648204
Or visit our website: www.cgrassociates.com