Brand New to Leading Data - Day 2

With practical sessions working with various data systems, and with guidance from our data experts, you will consolidate your existing knowledge and gain the confidence you need to present your organisation’s data to other key stakeholders, including governors, senior leaders and teachers.   

Brand New to Leading Data - Day 1
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Duncan Baldwin

Deputy Director of Policy

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Tiffnie Harris

Primary Specialist

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Delegates will:

  • Review their experiences of results day
  • Refresh their understanding of the tools available to help analyse performance
  • Review policy changes which impact on the role
  • Look in depth at ASP and IDSR and gain a deeper understanding of the pitfalls around performance measures.
  • Prepare for the next stages in the school data cycle

09.00am       Registration and refreshments
09.30am     Welcome and introduction
09.45am     Session 1
Review of experiences so far including:
  • results day
  • collaboration exercises and September checking
  • use of systems
The national picture for 2019
10.45am     Refreshment break
11.15am     Session 2
Analysis tools: ASP, IDSR, FFT Aspire and ASCL Toolkit
Where to find them, what they are for and how to use (and abuse) them
12.45pm     Lunch
1.30pm     Session 3
Target setting principles and practice, including scaled scores
2.45pm     Session 4
Preparing for the next stages of the data cycle
3.45pm     Plenary and evaluation
4.00pm     Close

This is a new addition to the CPD we offer colleagues who deal with performance data in schools and colleges. It is suitable for members of the leadership team in secondary schools with responsibility for school performance and accountability and who are new to this role. 

This course will be a useful follow up for colleagues who attended the new Brand New to Leading Data earlier this year, or the New to Data workshop at our previous autumn accountability conferences.  However, previous attendance on these events is not essential and if you would like further guidance on whether this event is appropriate to your level of experience, or for more information about this course, please contact the events team on pd@ascl.org.uk or call 0116 299 1122.