Today, school leaders’ union NAHT publishes its ‘Principles of Effective School-to-School Peer Review’ report, which argues that peer review between schools should be the norm, not an exception, and should be at the core of the school improvement system.
Karl Rogerson, Principal, Billesley Primary School talks to us about his experience of being part of the Schools Partnership Programme and offers his advice to new Improvement Champions.
Levia discusses what it's like to be an improvement champion within her partnership, and how leading a large improvement workshop made her confidence grow.
Through our work with SPP, we have seen that well designed, well managed, rigorous peer review that involves senior leaders, middle leaders and teachers is one of the most valuable and impactful activities that schools in a mature, sector-led system can undertake. This report provides an insight into the impact SPP has had to date and takes a look towards the future for peer review in a self-improving system.
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