What next for our peer review community?
We always intended SPP to be a peer review model that builds capacity and capability within partnerships of schools to gradually take more responsibility for their own development and maturity and lead their own improvement. This session is open to anyone who has ever trained and practiced as SPP Peer Reviewers or Improvement Champions as part of the EEF evaluation to explore collectively how to build on the momentum we have created and sustain the SPP model of school-led improvement locally and nationally.
This presentation will include a message from Steve Munby, and others, about the power and potential of SPP to reshape our accountability system.
"Peer review is voluntary, but ultimately inevitable because of its value and impact. Your engagement in the EEF evaluation has helped to move the practice of peer review that bit closer to inevitability."
- Steve Munby, consultant and speaker on leadership and system reform in education
We hope that you are able to join in your partnership groups and invite as many colleagues as you can that have been involved in the process from your schools to date. This session is intended to be a celebration of the end of the EEF evaluation and all that you have achieved.
If you cannot make the suggested date for your partnership location, you can still attend another session - please select the one most convenient for you.
Proposed regional groups to attend: Northants, Leics, Milton Keynes, Dorset, Richmond / Kingston
Proposed regional groups to attend: Trafford, Bury, Bolton, Warrington, Sheffield, Doncaster, York
Proposed regional groups to attend: Kent, East Sussex, Brighton & Hove
Proposed regional groups to attend: Hampshire, Wokingham, West Berks, Barnet, Oxford