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How is the school vision statement reflected in the children's learning?


Created on 27 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 08 April 2013 by ncetm_administrator

 

How do I share the school's aims for maths?

Activity: Ethos and vision
Use the EiML Key Element: Visions and Aims to identify where you currently are in terms of developing a vision for Maths across the school.
Who needs to be involved in the vision for mathematics in your school?
Brainshower who you think are the stakeholders in your school.

Share this list with the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) - can they add any more?

Data Protection:
ensure that any information about personal details of individuals or groups is carefully stored according to the Data Protection Act.

Activity: Does everyone need to be consulted?
Using this table, decide when and how stakeholders will be involved. Construct a timetable for this (an example is here).

Activity: What does success look like?
Do all stakeholders know what success looks like in maths? 
Does this relate to the vision? How does it relate to your School Improvement Targets? 

Be careful to include the thought processes that people have gone through as part of the process of identifying and working with all stakeholders. Record and date any evidence from your discussions with staff, pupils and the local community. Ensure that all stakeholders understand that the consultation processes are public documents and therefore may be included in school files as evidence of opinion and progress. 

Record your thoughts about including all stakeholders in your Personal Learning Space. What are the challenges for you in working with people inside and outside school? 

 

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