Sharing Information with Stakeholders
Sharing with Teachers
Whether discussing an individual pupil, or a whole class, it is important to use the right data with teachers to ensure the focus is on teaching and learning, rather than the data itself. Find out more about the ways you can find the information which is most useful for teachers.
Sharing with Parents
Now that parents cannot compare their child's levels with others or from school to school, how do we ensure that the data we do share is useful in including them in their child's learning, and helps them to support their child with gaps in progress as appropriate?
Sharing with SLT
SLT need to have an overview of what is happening across the school, to better impact on interventions where required as well as to highlight the successes. Find out how to get the data that SLT will need to effect change in your school.
Sharing with Pupils
A pupil's achievements and progress are more important to them than anyone else. How can we inform them about their progress and show them how they can move on? What information is useful to share and how do we access it?
Sharing with Governors
Governors will want to hold school leaders to account, but what data is useful for governors? How can we ensure consistency from year to year? How can we interpret the data we have?
Sharing with LA/Ofsted
With all schools now choosing their own curriculum frameworks or writing their own, how do we find the data that is useful to share with external agencies? In particular how do we ensure that we share data that is useful and use that data as part of an ongoing narrative?