Day 2, session 2 of the Secondary stream is from Helen Everitt and Ryan Sallows on Ofsted and the Pupil Premium: Inspection under the new Education Inspection Framework (EIF).
Since September, the Education Inspection Framework (EIF) has signalled a new focus for Ofsted inspectors, who will be looking for broad and rich curriculum offers and scrutinising curriculum ‘intent, implementation and impact’ in schools. There is also a significant focus on personal development and skills, pupil wellbeing and disadvantage, as well as issues like teaching to the test and off-rolling. The overlaps between these changes and Pupil Premium practice are clear.
In this workshop, Oriel High School (15% Pupil Premium) will report on what inspection is like under the new EIF regime. The school has experienced a successful visit from Ofsted under the EIF and in this workshop senior leaders Helen Everitt and Ryan Sallows will talk about the lessons they have learned from the experience – with a specific focus on what Ofsted is looking for when it comes to Pupil Premium practice, interventions, evaluation and outcomes.
2.30pm | SECONDARY: Study skills, learning habits and parental engagement - Jon Tait
3.40pm | SECONDARY: Ofsted and the Pupil Premium: Inspection under the new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) - Helen Everitt & Ryan Sallows
4.20pm | SECONDARY: Cultural capital and the Ofsted EIF - Matt Bromley
5.25pm | SECONDARY: Tackling the common wellbeing and pastoral challenges facing Pupil Premium students - Grace Kelly
Helen has been at Oriel since it opened in 2004. As an assistant headteacher, she played a leading role in setting up this new school with her role initially including data and assessment whilst leading a quarter of the school pastorally and also...
School Business Manager, Oriel High School, Crawley
Ryan has been the School Business Manager at Oriel High School since August 2010. One of Ryan’s early responsibilities at the school was being the link to the Local authority (LA) youth wing on site. When the LA suffered funding cuts in 2012 Ryan...