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2 BPIP courses available in January - Key Lines of Enquiry on 8th January 2019 and Effective Use of Primary Data on 15th January 2019

Raising and Understanding Key Lines of Enquiry

Tuesday 8th January 2019    10.00a.m. – 3.00p.m.

at The Great Victoria Hotel, Bridge Street Bradford BD1 1JX

Availability for 16 schools, 2 delegates per school

Anne Bowyer and Adrian Guy both former HMI have left Ofsted and are working in partnership with BPIP. Together we are offering headteachers an opportunity to review information about their schools and understand how this helps raise Key Lines of Enquiry that support schools with self-evaluation, preparing for short inspections and ensuring strategic improvement plans are addressing the correct issues.

The day will cover:          

  • What information OFSTED holds about your school – busting a few myths.            
  • Reviewing your data to raise Key Lines of Enquiry.
  • What your school publishes about itself and how this is used to inform short inspections.
  • How inspectors use Key Lines of Enquiry to prepare for a short inspection.            
  • Implications for your school’s improvement plans and Self-Evaluation.

Please click on this link for more information.


Effective Use of Primary Data

Tuesday 15th January 2019  

2 sessions available – either 8.30am – 11.30am or 12.30pm – 3.30pm

at The Great Victoria Hotel, Bridge Street Bradford BD1 1JX

Availability for 30 schools in the morning and 30 schools in the afternoon, 2 delegates per school

Mark Noblet is a former Primary School Deputy Head and now works in school leadership support, data analysis and training. He still teaches regularly, works in schools daily and in the last 2 years has delivered data training to more than 300 school leaders and governors.

Together with BPIP, he is offering a half day training session that will help school leaders to interpret and pick apart the key data relevant to their school.

Irrespective of Ofsted’s recent – and very welcome – statements regarding a reduced focus on data, outcomes will still form a major part of inspection. More importantly, effective data analysis can help you to target support towards the children that need it most and raise standards in your school.

During the session, there will be input on:

  • Analyse School Performance (ASP)
  • Inspection Dashboard Summary Report (Ofsted’s IDSR)
  • Question Level Analysis – informing your English and Maths subject leaders
  • FFT – target setting, health warnings and outliers
  • Effective internal tracking
  • Triangulation – evidence to support your data

Please click on this link for information about the morning session.

Please click on this link for information about the afternoon session.


Published: 23/11/2018
Audience: Headteachers and Senior Leaders
Contact: Pam Cryer

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