Date/Time: Tuesday February 4 2020 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Location: The Honeywell Centre

Hadfield Street, Hathershaw, Oldham, OL8 3BP

EFFECTIVE SELF ASSESSMENT – Measuring the Impact of Practice

Area:            Leaders and Managers

Audience:   Leaders and Managers

Trainer:       Kay Heaford

This course explores Ofsted’s expectations for a settings self-evaluation. It will support leaders and managers to discuss confidently how they evaluate the quality of the provision and have a clear and ambitious vision. It will consider how to capture and measure the impact of the provision and will support leaders and managers to gather and summarise evidence, to show they have an accurate view of the quality of provision and what needs to improve. It will also provide an opportunity to look at how to undertake an effective improvement plan that demonstrates progress over time.

Learning Objectives:

  • To explore the relevance and importance of continuous self-assessment and improvement
    To identify different ways of reflecting on practice including the importance of peer observations and how these impact on the quality of practice
  • To understand how to capture, record and measure evidence accurately
  • To reflect on how to show case effective self-assessment
  • To explore what Ofsted are looking for when case tracking children’s progress
  • To explore how to develop a successful improvement plan


Bookings are closed for this event.