Performance Data Training for Governors

In the “10 key questions for governors to ask”

“How are we going to raise standards for all children, including the most and least able, those with Special Eductional Needs, boys and girls, and any who are currently underachieving?”

2010 White Paper “The Importance of Teaching”

“Inspectors should evaluate:-

How rigorously governors and supervisory boards challenge and support leaders and managers, holding then to account for tackling weaknesses and further improving outcomes for all pupils”

Ofsted “The evaluation schedule for schools”

The needData cycle

  • Massive changes are going to happen to education performance data, has the SLT got the time to keep abreast of all changes as they happen and relay this to governors;
  • New performance tables
  • Getting rid of statutory targets
  • Ending CVA measures
  • Increased emphasis on narrowing the gap
  • Families of schools

Using a third party to train your governing body avoids any perceived conflict of interest (those being governed training the those doing the governing)


What you get

  • A course tailored specifically to the needs of governors
  • Planning and support materials to help you design and schedule effective  performance reviews as part of your governor meetings.
  • High quality consultative support


Why Different Class?

  • A team of  professionals with a wealth of experience and knowledge in effectively creating and utilising pupil performance information to improve outcomes
  • Excellent knowledge of the school environment and available data sources
  • Outstanding knowledge of performance and attainment data
  • Expertise in delivering  training


What it costs

£150 - For a twilight session

To order this service or find out more, please contact us

For a product flyer, click here (pdf, 737K)