focus on how SIMS can be used by schools to provide evidence against the Ofsted framework.
Please feel free join us to see how SIMS can be used effectively by leaders and teachers for the purposes of self-evaluation, accountability, parental engagement and supporting safeguarding.
focus on how SIMS can be used by schools to provide evidence against the Ofsted framework. When Ofsted Calls: How SIMS can help schools to provide evidence against the four key judgements and the safeguarding judgement. This session will provide detail on how SIMS can support:
The session will be facilitated by Steve Long, an Ofsted trained school improvement expert with national experience of how SIMS can genuinely support the work of senior leaders. OSMIS colleagues will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about your school’s use of SIMS and to discuss ways in which you can get better value from systems you already have.
- leaders’ focus on improving the quality of teaching and the impact of professional development.
- leaders’ focus on planning interventions and tracking the progress of groups of pupils to ensure none underachieves
- evidencing the impact of a school’s actions and the use of additional funding to improve outcomes
- the effectiveness of governors in holding leaders to account
- the single central record of staff and visitors to the school
- protection of children from maltreatment and the promotion of well-being for vulnerable pupils
Please book online through the SLA website
This seminar is aimed at heads and senior leaders in school, designed to help understand how SIMS can be used to prepare for inspection.