Ways you can show good progress and improve your accreditation framework
If you would like to find out ways to improve your progress data and how you can develop your accreditation programme, then read further.
I have worked at St. John’s School for 13 years teaching PE and part of the middle management team. I have now progressed into the role of Deputy Head Teacher, since September 2018. St. John’s is a Special Educational Needs (SEN) residential school with children / young adults that have range of challenging behaviours and learning difficulties. The two main areas I wanted to improve were progress data and the qualifications framework as it was an area that needed to challenge the young people further and give them a wider range of qualifications to provide them with more opportunities for their future lives and potential employment.
Date Published: 10th October 2019
Report Author/s: Stuart Terry
Organisation/s : NASS, St. John's School
Sector: Education, SEND, Special Schools
Type of Report: Case study
Keywords: Accreditation, Assessment, B Squared, Communication Skills, Connecting Steps, Curriculum, Employability, Independence, Skills, Special School, wellbeing
Also see this book from NASS: Special School Leaders
A collection of case studies from special school leaders. This book is the result of a year long leadership programme delivered by NASS and AKN Consulting for leaders of independent schools and non-maintained special schools. As part of the programme participants designed and implemented leadership projects within their schools and these are their stories. The eight case studies within cover structural changes, staff re-organisation, implementing new initiatives and new approaches for assessing and improving outcomes for children.
Edited by Anita Kerwin-Nye and Matt Overd. Foreword by NASS Chief Executive Claire Dorer.
Download as a pdf here
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