‘Cultural shift’ within Welsh schools reaping rewards
Since the development of the OLEVI Hubs, within the Central South Consortium (part of The Central South Wales Challenge), great strides have been made in developing collaborative networks of schools able to share their knowledge, expertise and best practice.Read More
The Bigger Picture
How effective leaders, share a vision and build a climate for learning which is lively, non-judgemental, probing and collaborative OLEVI’s Outstanding Leaders in Education programme (OLE) is enhancing effective leadership by providing a forum and structure in which to unpick individual schools’ needs, and creating a professional audit, which builds on generic skills, to support […]Read More
Headteacher becomes facilitator to move school forward
Julie Willows, Headteacher, Newlaithes Infant School, shares how becoming involved with the OTP has helped her school and others in Cumbria grow. We became involved with the Outstanding Teacher Programme following feedback from Ofsted who suggested we made more teaching outstanding. Having undertaken research into what CPD was available; I decided OTP would be perfect […]Read More
Who knows the quality of Teaching & Learning best in your school?
Gabriel Calwell, Director of Teaching and Learning, at Bedford High School explains why it could well be your Teaching Assistants. With Teaching & Learning at the heart of our school, we provide a range of initiatives and CPD programmes, the OTP included, to our teachers and leaders. However, one crucial sector of our teaching staff […]Read More
DR ICE moves school forward
Ruth Cutting, Headteacher at Olive Hill Primary School, talks about how OLEVI programmes have moved her school from RI to Good. The OLEVI programmes, facilitated through The Earls Teaching School and partners, have played a key part in improving the quality of teaching and developing leadership atOlive Hill Primary as we moved from ‘Requires Improvement’ in January […]Read More
ITP – it does what is says on the tin!
When Adrian Rogers, Executive Principal, Robert Bloomfield Academy, first engaged with the Improving Teacher Programme little did he expect to become one of the programmes’ greatest advocates, using it not only within his school’s Academy Trust but throughout his LEA It was April 2012 when Central Bedfordshire Council first introduced Robert Bloomfield’s‚ Executive Principal, Adrian […]Read More