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Guidance to help School Improvement Partners (SIPs) when considering how the school is engaging with the Every Child Matters (ECM) agenda. This guidance is not intended to be comprehensive but rather to providesome prompts in areas of the SIPs dialogue with the school that are outside the standard interpretation of key stage attainment data and value added (VA) and contextual value added (CVA) analyses.
Video clips showing good practice in disability work in a nursery, primary and secondary school setting.
This pack contains materials that concentrate on activities to promote phonics: speaking and listening skills, phonological awareness and oral blending. These phonics materials also provide advice and activities to help practitioners and teachers ensure that, by the end of Key Stage 1, children develop fluent word reading skills and have good foundations in spelling and letter writing.
Steps in Learning for each strand and year group include a progression summary outlining key aspects of children's progress and classroom examples, each showing three Steps in Learning.
Inclusion Development Programme Supporting children with speech, language and communication needs: Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage
This booklet and interactive DVD aims to help improve provision for all children and support in developing more inclusive practice, especially for children with speech, language and communication needs. This resource is available for all early years settings and Local Authorities. Ref: 00215-2008BKT-EN Publication date: February 2008
DCSF briefing for local authority commissioners and lead officers on supporting parents to engage in their child's early learning.
Introduction to a collection of booklets covering the key areas of the Intensifying Support Programme, designed for use by schools to support the school improvement cycle of audit, plan action and review.
Report evaluating the sustainability and impact of the intensifying support programme pilot in 2005. Topics covered include the executive summary, introduction, research process, remarks by LAs in pilot schools, evidence from the available statistics, extension, conclusions and the details of appendices.
A summary of responses from LEAs and schools on the Intensifying Support Programme, containing feedback on key themes of raising standards and accelerating progress; improving the quality of teaching and learning; improving the conditions for learning; and developing the school as a learning community. Also provides an evaluation of the impact that ISP had in 2004-2005.
Guidance that sets out some of the key principles for the successful implementation of the Intensifying Support Programme in local authorities. The purpose of the Intensifying Support Programme is to build sustainable improvements in schools through raising attainment and accelerating progress, improving learning and teaching and building the school as a learning community.
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