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Accolades for Compass! Congratulations to Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School

Congratulations on Holy Trinity’s successful Ofsted inspection with compliments about their rigorous tracking system based on Compass. “As leaders you have introduced a rigorous tracking system that allows you to closely monitor the progress of all pupils over time. This system is used effectively in pupil progress meetings to hold teachers to account and [...]

May 4th, 2017|

Successful BSI ISO 9001 Annual Assessment

EdisonLearning is pleased to report on the success of its BSI ISO 9001 assessment, which took place on 12th April 2017, having now successfully retained the accreditation for 10 years. The objective of the assessment was to conduct a surveillance assessment, following EdisonLearning’s successful ISO 9001 re-accreditation in 2016. The BSI assessor’s objective was [...]

April 18th, 2017|

Austerity, expectations and continuing professional development (CPD)

Reconciling the pressures of austerity, a new school funding formula, a step change in national expectations of learners and ever vigilant Ofsted inspection cannot be other than a huge challenge for school leaders and governors. However if new resources cannot be part of the solution the only alternative is to do some things differently [...]

April 18th, 2017|

Thom Jackson, President & CEO of EdisonLearning visits Edison UK

Our President & CEO, Thom Jackson, made literally a flying visit to the UK; which saw a busy 3 days meeting advisers, customers and partners. A visit to Sheringham Primary School, Newham, let Thom see the NAHT Aspire Partnership at work and a meeting purchase lipitor generic with NAHT General Secretary, Russell Hobby, confirmed [...]

April 6th, 2017|

School Ofsted Inspection Update Issue 9: March 2017 – The Headlines

Lesson observations When observing lessons and feeding back to teachers afterwards, inspectors must only use their observations during individual lessons to establish strengths and areas for improvement. They should not give the false impression that they have allocated a grade to the lesson. Clarification about eligibilty for short inspections. Pupil referral units, [...]

April 4th, 2017|

The Role of Class Learning Forums in Linking Values to Achievement – A Case Study

School: Dereham Church of England Junior Academy, Norfolk Headteacher: Neil Toplis Key Lead: Nick Wade   Dereham Church of England Junior Academy entered into partnership with EdisonLearning in September 2015. At that time it had judgements of RI from both Ofsted and SIAMS inspections. The first focus for the Learning Environment Key Lead was [...]

April 4th, 2017|

The European Regional Study Learning Unit

This Learning Unit has had slight adjustments made to it to recognise the referendum in Britain 2016. We remind teachers to take that into account. The geographical focus of this learning unit remains unchanged however some of the PSHE suggestions which look at the European Union have been prefaced:  PSHE Phase One In the [...]

March 31st, 2017|

Biographies in a Bag

Excerpt from Teacher Guidance to support writing a Biography in a Bag…   Biographies in a bag – the Principles for designing your own  Guide on the Side vs. Sage on the Stage  Biography in a Bag is an idea that has been developed to allow pupils to get to know the life and [...]

March 31st, 2017|