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Monthly Archives: April 2016

‘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. The Hubs have implemented strategies for leadership, teaching and learning, closing the gap and curriculum support […]

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OLEVI DOCs continue on their quest for excellence

This March, our Ashton-on-Mersey Designated Olevi Centre (DOC) hosted the second of our OLEVI DOC Days. It was another fantastic opportunity for our DOCs to get together and work collaboratively on thoughts around the next steps in growing the OLEVI ethos around the TLC Model. Our group participated in a ‘Learning walk’ around Ashton-on-Mersey School, […]

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Increased investment in the professional development of TAs

As schools experience the positive impact the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme (OTAP) is having on their teaching/learning assistants – and the resulting benefit to their pupils – there has been an increase in headteachers, teachers and TAs wanting to become facilitators of the programme. The Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme Train the Trainers (OTAP TTT) gives schools the ability to facilitate the […]

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Launch of new programme – The OLEVI Concept Day

This spring saw the launch of a new OLEVI programme – The OLEVI Concept Day. Aimed specifically at the non-teaching staff who have important roles in the successful running and promoting of our programmes within their schools and alliances. The programme will enable these key people to fully understand the ethos and language of the OLEVI programmes, ensuring that key […]

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