EdisonLearning’s array of school improvement tools have been designed to provide focused assistance against some of the key issues being addressed in schools today. Each of the tools reflects what research and evidence tells us makes the greatest impact on pupil achievement, and all of them have been designed to be used flexibly in response to each schools priorities.
The school improvement tools are most appropriate for schools who are focusing on specific issues, such as the improving the quality and consistency of teaching.
The EdisonLearning Primary Connected Curriculum is a perfect starting point for exciting, engaging and motivating learning that schools can continue to develop innovatively to suit their own context.
The Learning & Life Skills Curriculum is a research-based approach designed for schools to ensure that every pupil develops the essential skills for learning and life. It supports teachers with their PSHE curriculum and supports schools in meeting the requirements for the Prevent strategy.
The Quality Framework for Learning and Teaching is a resource that describes all that teachers do to enable great learning. It helps teachers to identify development needs, and examine the behaviours they see when those needs have been met.
The Quality Framework for Leadership (QFL) is a school leadership development tool that supports schools in translating the theory of great leadership into the everyday practice of all leaders, thus maximising the impact of school leadership on learner outcomes.
Compass is EdisonLearning’s online pupil tracking tool. It is the only online application that incorporates our Achievement Statements (as well as the Learning and Life Skills ‘I can’ Statements). It is designed primarily to support teachers to finely focus their planning, choices of teaching method and assessment criteria.
The Collaborative Quality Analysis (CQA) is a holistic approach to understanding a school’s strengths and priorities for improvement, beyond the confines of the inspection framework. A school can position itself alongside precisely defined features of highly effective schools across the world.
We want the children to have aspirations and goals and to be aware of the skills they use daily and will use in the future. Being able to problem solve, know yourself as a learner, being able to review your practice regularly and having the skills to work in or lead an effective team will be crucial to their success in the future, in education and employment. That’s what we’re aiming for really. It is about preparing them for life.”
– Nicola Whybrow, Lyons Hall Primary School, Braintree