The CTG PP Audit, that has been conducted by SLT’s Trust-wide, has already identified, and indicated that there are significant gains to be made, from collaborating across schools and across phases. In order to support one another, in tackling these challenges, it is our aim to share some of the ‘best practice’ that already exists within our schools, by creating a purposeful, accessible and effective directory of effective strategies and interventions.
There are four main areas that we wish to explore:
– Progress (Years 4 & 5, Years 10 & 11)
– SEND & SEMH
– Parental Engagement
We have asked senior leaders to share the strategies and interventions that schools already have embedded in our practice that is having the greatest impact on improving the outcomes for disadvantaged pupils, in the four main areas. We want to share the outline details of the strategies and interventions, any resources that would enable peers and colleagues to get an overview of its implementation, who would be the best point of contact for further discussions and networking with, and we also asked that senior leaders rank them, putting the most effective intervention strategy at the top of the list.