Webinar

One school, four viewpoints, No. 3 of 4: Learning Support

Hosted Date 12/06/2019

 

The 2019 Data for Leadership Survey carried out by GL Education in March/April 2019 revealed that one of the fastest growing challenges faced by schools is the need to triangulate data from a wide range of assessments.

Where many schools used to rely on simple measures of attainment and progress, increasingly this is being contextualised with data on student abilities, attitudes to learning and of course individual learning support needs. The information produced by all this data offers the opportunity to identify and act on every individual student’s learning requirements, to ensure they achieve their full potential while addressing any wellbeing concerns.

But how can schools ensure that the right data is available and acted on at each level, without overloading staff to the point that they are unable to assimilate and act on the information effectively?

Jumeirah English Speaking School (JESS) in Dubai has a well-established assessment structure that ensures relevant data are reviewed and acted on at all levels within the school. In this series of four webinars, teachers and leaders from JESS describe how this system works at their level and offer guidance for each function from classroom to senior leader.

The Learning Support’s view

With a view across the school, Learning Support again looks at student level data to identify students who may be at risk or who are displaying uneven or inconsistent profiles. A range of additional screener tests are used to further investigate the student’s individual profile. This includes context from the team around the child; students, parents, class teachers, Middle Leaders and SLT where appropriate.

To view the other webinars from the series please click on the below links:

As well as listening to the webinar series, you can download the presentations, school’s Rubic’s cube data organisation graphic, charts and reports referred to in the Learning Support webinar.

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