Monitoring the quality of education and the curriculum post lockdown for Governors and Trustees Download Flyer
This year, one of the main foci for schools has been assessing pupils after returning from lockdown and delivering a curriculum that reflects their knowledge and helps them catch up on the education missed during lockdown and time spent out of school during the pandemic. This webinar explains how boards should monitor the curriculum in 2021 and prepare for monitoring it in 2022.
This WEBINAR provides guidance on how to monitor the quality of education and the curriculum, understanding its intent and any development plans, how it has been implemented and its impact in terms of catching up, attainment and progress.
On this webinar you will learn:
What are the latest changes to the National Curriculum?
What do baseline assessments tell you?
Understanding the new Reception Baseline Assessment (RBA)
Expectations for attainment and progress in 2020/21
What to expect from catch-up schemes
Monitoring against curriculum plans
Getting the right in-year data
How to use national comparisons, trends and context to better understand your data
How to monitor all aspects of quality of education
Remote monitoring options
All delegates receive an electronic copy of the presentation and supporting materials and resources to help them to be more impactful in their governance role.
Who should attend? Governors and trustees who want to explore how to approach monitoring the quality of education and the curriculum. Suitable for governors and trustees of all education phases.
Tutor Julie Taylor - With over 25 years in education and Governance, Julie is an experienced chair and National Leader of Governance who has a track record of supporting governance boards across Essex and beyond.
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About our training As experienced Chairs of Governors we strongly believe in providing training that gives you the knowledge, tools and examples to be effective governors. Our aim is to give you the confidence and tools to improve your governance as quickly and effectively as possible. All our training is provided by National Leaders of Governance who are experienced governance trainers. Our training can be provided as webinars, as bespoke sessions for your board or group of schools, or face to face sessions (subject to social distancing).
About NLGs National Leaders of Governance (NLGs) are experienced chairs of governing boards. All NLGs have been through a rigorous designation process from the National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL), a part of the Department for Education (DfE), to demonstrate that we have the skills, experience and attributes to be a National Leader of Governance. All NLGs are either actively chairing standalone schools or academies, local governing boards or multi academy trust (MAT) trust boards or have done so within the last five years. All NLGs are trained to support governors through mentoring and coaching and provide governance services which are quality assured.
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