Improvement Planner helps the schools in your group or trust work together more effectively on school development. Using survey data from each school, our tool flags strengths, priorities and targets for CPD across the schools, helping you identify areas for collaboration.
Identify strengths and needs across schools, revealing areas where schools can collaborate.
Determine where schools are in Ofsted's Intent, Implementation and Impact progression.
Identify areas for continuing professional development, highlighting active priorities.
Improve communication between schools over development issues and raise overall standards.
School representatives take an online survey at their convenience on issues that affect the school. Based on responses we generate reports showing which areas of school development that are strengths, active priorities or targets for CPD activity.
After completing the online survey, receive a report that summarises the data across your school or trust. It identifies areas to drive improvement across the curriculum, learning environment, provision for pupils, leadership and management, infrastructure, administration and wider community.
Your report will help you plan far reaching improvements in a range of areas.
Improvement Planner informs schools' self-evaluation in preparation for Ofsted and, more importantly, raises standards across the MAT.
1. A chosen coordinator distributes login codes to a representative at each school.
2. Representatives take the 15-20 minute online survey at a time of their convenience.
3. We compile your results and generate reports for your school group or MAT and for each individual school.
4. Use our report to help plan improvements across your trust, looking for areas where your schools can build partnerships.
With Anspear, you will never be on your own. We are always on hand and are committed to the success of your support and intervention programme. With Improvement Planner, you can expect:
Improvement Planner offers two levels of report. The school level report helps a school understand their own development priorities and possible areas of collaboration with other schools in the group. The group/trust level gives an overview of all schools and their priorities.