Tag Archives: governingmatters

Teacher workload matters; what does the Report say about the role of governors | governingmatters

The Report of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Becky Allen has been published recently. This is a hugely important piece of work. Below, I have extracted those parts of the report which apply to governors. I would encourage you to read the whole report too.

Overarching recommendations (Page 6)

School and trust leaders and governors should review their data processes according to these principles. (Page 6)

Reporting on different groups of pupils and spending

Supporting disadvantaged pupils to succeed at school is quite rightly a focus, and schools should be…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2qxMasc

Advertisements

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

David Weston Picks Key Points of the Teacher Workload Report | governingmatters

The Report of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Becky Allen has been published recently. David Weston tweeted what he considers to be key points of this report. David’s thread is reproduced below with his permission.

Dynamite new DfE report from Professor Becky Allen group. One of the most important things anyone in school, LA and MAT leadership should read right now.

And it’s backed by *all* the major players

Let’s look at some key points.
Teachers should be able to record behaviour as they happen in an MIS, not have to fill in paperwork later
Schools…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2Pfui48

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

Benjamin D White Picks Some Important Quotes from Teacher Workload Report | governingmatters

The Report of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Becky Allen has been published recently. Benjamin tweeted quotes from the report. This twitter thread is reproduced below with Benjamin’s permission.

Whilst revising my talk for Wednesday I’ve pulled together 10 interesting quotes from Professor Becky Allen‘s working group advisory report. I think there is still plenty of data nonsense around but there’s growing support for school leaders who decide to cut it right down. (1/10)

On predicted grades: ‘ Aside from their inevitable inaccuracy, predicted grades are…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2yPJjQb

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

Teacher workload matters; what does the Report say about the role of governors | governingmatters

The Report of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Becky Allen has been published recently. This is a hugely important piece of work. Below, I have extracted those parts of the report which apply to governors. I would encourage you to read the whole report too.

Overarching recommendations (Page 6)

School, MAT leaders and governors should review their data processes according to these principles, using the tools provided by DfE. (Page 6)

Reporting to multi-academy trust (MAT) boards and governing bodies

Boards and governing bodies can find it a challenge to…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2qxMasc

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

Benjamin D White Picks Some Important Quotes from Teacher Workload Report | governingmatters

The Report of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Becky Allen has been published recently. Benjamin tweeted quotes from the report. This twitter thread is reproduced below with Benjamin’s permission.

Whilst revising my talk for Wednesday I’ve pulled together 10 interesting quotes from Professor Becky Allen‘s working group advisory report. I think there is still plenty of data nonsense around but there’s growing support for school leaders who decide to cut it right down. (1/10)

On predicted grades: ‘ Aside from their inevitable inaccuracy, predicted grades are…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2yPJjQb

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

David Weston Picks Key Points of the Teacher Workload Report | governingmatters

The Report of the Teacher Workload Advisory Group, chaired by Professor Becky Allen has been published recently. David Weston tweeted what he considers to be key points of this report. David’s thread is reproduced below with his permission.

Dynamite new DfE report from Professor Becky Allen group. One of the most important things anyone in school, LA and MAT leadership should read right now.

And it’s backed by *all* the major players

Let’s look at some key points.
Teachers should be able to record behaviour as they happen in an MIS, not have to fill in paperwork later
Schools…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2Pfui48

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized

School curriculum change: What is the role for governors? | governingmatters

Considering Curriculum

Being actively engaged in Edu-Twitter it is becoming more and more evident that education consultants, teachers, and headteachers are becoming increasingly engaged with the discussion about curriculum – what is it? How is it structured? What is its ethos? What does it look like in the classroom? This can be seen by the increasing number of blogs about the subject and the recent issue of Impact by the Charted College of Teaching which was focused on curriculum (and some of the articles are open access for those who are non-members like myself)

This is a welcome…

Continue reading at:

https://ift.tt/2q0pY9T

Leave a comment

Filed under Uncategorized