Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Planning, monitoring and reflecting on these areas enables each student to achieve their full potential and reach their optimum level of personal achievement.

Leading Teaching & Learning

If effective schools are those where a range of outcomes for children and young people are provided for, and where pupils make better progress than predicted on the basis of where they started, then the quality of the teachers and the learning they provide are central to success

Developing Teaching Practice

Teachers need effective initial and continuing professional development in order to secure quality outcomes for children


Schools have the freedom to choose their own approaches to formative and summative assessment, according to what best suits their pupils, curriculum and staff

Curriculum Development

High Quality Curricula ensure that children are provided with skills to ensure their success both during and post-statutory education

Curriculum Support (Core Subject Areas)

Schools should aim to provide curricula which are effective, engaging, challenging and compliant with the requirements of the National Curriculum

Curriculum Support (Foundation)

Delivering a balanced and broad taught curriculum needs careful thought and planning

Curriculum Support (EYFS)

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework supports an integrated approach to early learning and care

Teaching Support Staff

Support staff can add to the quality and breadth of a schools offer through their expertise, encouragement and support

Career Readiness / Vocational

Modern careers guidance is as much about inspiration and aspiration as it is about advice

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