When every child in every school experiences outstanding teaching our work will be done.
OLEVI is committed to taking the professional development of education providers to a higher level. Our highly powerful and effective Improving Teacher Programme (ITP) and Outstanding Teacher Programme (OTP) have made measurable improvements in the quality of teaching – with consequent improvements in learning outcomes for pupils – and helped raise schools to levels of outstanding achievement.
Our programmes are particularly effective because they are designed not only to support, challenge and grow teachers, support staff and leaders in their own professional development, but, by using our unique DR ICE collaborative learning model, to provide a framework to ensure improvement becomes ongoing and is organically sustainable. This in turn creates a cultural change which benefits the whole school, staff and pupils alike.
Our growing suite of programmes are having a significant impact on the educational landscape and, like ripples on a pond, are having far reaching effects. School leaders and governing bodies increasingly view the OLEVI programmes as an opportunity to invest in their staff, share best practice and empower staff, at all levels, to take control of growing excellence in their own school and that of others.
Visit our Library for a series of case studies in which schools share their experiences.
The OLEVI programmes were an inspiration. They enabled us to understand and recognise what 'Good' and 'Outstanding' teaching looks like in the classroom.
Director, Billericay Teaching School Alliance — 19th June 2014
The King John School has had a significant number of staff go through both the ITP and OTP in the year prior to the school's recent Ofsted inspection. The majority of those on the OTP all consistently had lessons graded as Outstanding.
Assistant Headteacher, The King John School — 2nd May 2014
Both the OLEVI ITP and OTP programmes have had an enormous impact on raising the quality of teaching at World’s End Junior School. Three of our teachers have been graded as ‘outstanding’ for the first time in their careers. The rapid improvement was recognised by Ofsted in January 2013
Headteacher, World's End Junior School — 15th October 2013