Leadership

Ensuring data impacts progress

Amassing reams and reams of school performance data means nothing if it’s not being put to good use. Phil Bourne gives his advice on making the most of the data you collect to aid in decision-making at all levels, close achievement gaps and improve pupil outcomes.

Amassing reams and reams of school performance data means nothing if it’s not being put to good use. Phil Bourne gives his advice on making the most of the data you collect to aid in decision-making at all levels, close achievement gaps and improve pupil outcomes.

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