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School Data: Effectively Using Data to Advance Standards and Improvement

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Who Should Attend?

Delegates who will have an interest in this event will be people who work in the Education Sector.

*This Conference is open to Public, Private and Third Sectors

For more information or to make a booking please call 0330 058 4285

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Overview
Agenda
08:45
Registration, Refreshments and Networking
09:30
Chair’s Welcome Address

Professor Dominic Wyse, Head of Department, Department of Learning and Leadership, UCL (invited)

 

09.40
Morning Keynote: Improving Education Through Data In Schools
  • Ensuring that all pupils, regardless of background, are able to achieve their potential is a key government priority, and outlining that data can play an important role in identifying struggling pupils
  • Detailing the range of data tools currently available from the government, such as Analyse School Performance (ASP), to enable schools to effectively examine their performance and identify areas of weakness
  • Presenting ASP and other data tools as an opportunity to support disadvantaged pupils, highlighting that these students’ progress must be carefully monitored
  • Highlighting the importance of self-evaluation, in addition to Ofsted inspections and exam results, as essential to ensuring staff, parents and governors are informed of schools’ performance and targets
  • Encouraging the setting of ambitious but achievable targets by schools and governing bodies, highlighting that this is important to transforming schools’ aspirations into results

Iain Bradley, Head of Data Modernisation, Department of Education (invited)

 

10.00
Special Keynote:  Ofsted Draft 2019: The Role of Data in the New Inspection Framework
  • Outlining draft proposals published in January 2019 which introduce a new inspection framework to launch in September, focussing on overall quality of education instead of performance measures
  • Highlighting that while Ofsted will no longer use schools’ internal data under the new framework, schools’ performance in national tests and exams will continue to be considered
  • Emphasising that ‘impact’ is a measured category which includes students’ achievement, and the requirement of a clear vision and accountability may necessitate self-assessment and data analysis
  • Detailing how data may be used to enhance teaching without hindering teachers, emphasising the need for schools to evaluate effectively and communicate expectations to teachers
  • Examining how schools can best use Ofsted’s Information Data Summary Report (ISDR) to identify areas to improve and set targets

Jason Bradbury, Deputy Director, Data and Insight, Ofsted (invited)

 

10.20
Key Supporter Session
10.40
Questions and Answers Session
11.05
Refreshments and Networking
11.35
Case Study: Ensuring Accountability And Attainment Through Effective Data Analysis
  • Ensuring senior and middle leaders monitor all aspects of the academy’s work, assessing both students’ and teacher performance in order to reach targets and raise attainment
  • Setting clear targets for teachers’ professional development through data analysis, identifying areas for improvement
  • Tracking students’ progress towards ambitious targets, making class teachers accountable for student progress through data tracking and implementing interventions where progress is not observed
  • Training governors to interpret students’ performance data, ensuring accountability for senior management
  • Informing parents of their child’s progress online and regularly consulting with parents to ensure expectations and targets are understood and appreciated by parents

Luke Sparkes, Executive Principal, Dixons Trinity Academy (invited)

 

11.55
Case Study: Driving Students’ Success Through Data Monitoring And Engagement 
  • Outlining East London Arts & Music’s mission as a full-time Industry Academy for 16 – 19 year olds and the challenges of monitoring students’ music and art attainment
  • Sharing a strategic vision between governors and senior leaders and implementing a rigorous and extensive system for the monitoring and development of quality teaching and learning
  • Focussing on learners’ progress through weekly 10-minute peer observations, developing clear data points which establish performance targets
  • Allowing students to monitor their own progress using online tracking systems, keeping students engaged in their own learning through data
  • Tracking the performance of different groups of students and putting strategies in place to close the attainment gap between disadvantaged students and their peers

Charlie Kennard, Principal, East London Arts & Music (invited)

 

12.15
Case Study: Achieving Excellence In Leadership Through Data
  • Highlighting Seven Kings High School’s success in ensuring all students reach their potential, with a Progress 8 score of 0.83, well above average, while remaining inclusive and ensuring pupils are able to be creative
  • Settting ambitious targets and ensuring leadership is able to identify areas of improvement through data analysis
  • Identifying year 7 pupils starting at a disadvantage and targeting them interventions in reading and maths, ensuring that they do not fall behind their year group
  • Providing governors with detailed information about pupil premium spending, implementing robust systems to monitor pupil premium allocation
  • Evaluating the impact of interventions through data analysis, enabling frequent review and adjustment of targeted strategies

Jane Waters, Head of Secondary, Seven Kings High School (invited)

 

12.35
Questions and Answers Session
12.55
Lunch and Networking
13.40
Case Study: Connecting Data To Teacher Performance To Improve Key Stage 2 Attainment
  • Recognising year 4 as a historically underachieving year group and examining student progress data to verify this trend
  • Aiming to raise the profile of Year 4 by raising the progress and attainment of students in year 4 in reading to ensure 100% of pupils made expected progress and 50% made more than expected since key stage 1
  • Developing progress forms for staff to fill in specific progress of students in their class, which was then compared to baseline data, ensuring staff were aware of student achievement
  • Using this data to create personalised plans for students, rather than relying on basic judgements, alongside other interventions such as a targeted reading club and attainment cards
  • Highlighting that this data-driven approach to KS2 attainment improved the profile of year 4, with 79% of learners making expected progress, and 49% making above expected progress since KS1

Ciara Murphy, Associate Teacher, SLT, Northumberland CE Academy Trust (invited)

 

14.00
Afternoon Keynote: Effectively Implementing GDPR In Schools
  • Detailing best practice of GDPR and data protection measures in schools, including how to manage a high number of subject access requests and protecting students’ information on school social media
  • Reflecting on GDPR restrictions on publishing personal data, such as ethnicity and religion, and emphasising that this should be an ongoing priority for schools
  • Highlighting that schools in the UK reported 703 data breaches to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) in 2016-17, compared with 571 in 2014-15
  • Advising on the appointment of Data Protection Officers (DPO) in schools under GDPR, in order to ensure internal compliance and advise on data protection procedures
  • Showcasing the ‘your data matters’ campaign as a tool to inform teachers and students of their data protection rights, including materials that may be used in classrooms or staff rooms and social media campaigns

Elizabeth Denham CBE, Information Commissioner, ICO (invited)

 

14.20
Special Keynote: Governance And Data: Unlocking Pathways To Success
  • Examining how governors can set data-based targets and work with school management to implement them effectively
  • Exploring key questions that governors can ask of data displayed in ASP regarding attainment, exclusion rates and identifying changes in attainment by year group
  • Outlining the importance of data in effective governance, highlighting that Analysing School Performance (ASP) is an effective tool for identifying areas of improvement for schools
  • Highlighting that some students may have multiple characteristics, such as SEND and Pupil Premium, emphasising that governors should be able to identify these sub-groups to effectively set targets
  • Encouraging governors to take into account the context of their school, as well as historical performance in order to set a strategic vision for the school

Emma Knights OBE, Chief Executive, National Governance Association (invited)

 

14.40
Questions and Answers Session
15.20
Refreshments and Networking
15.40
Case Study: Local Authorities Supporting Schools’ Attainment Through Data-Driven Strategy
  • Creating the Research and Statistics Unit as part of the School Improvement Division to provide educational research and statistical information to schools, governors and local authority staff
  • Providing customised school profile data, contextual and value-added data in order to ensure effective strategic management of schools and identify possible strengths and weaknesses
  • Developing customised contextual reports from Foundation Stage to GCSE, including analysis by factors such as gender, ethnic background, fluency in English etc.
  • Backing up this data-driven approach with extensive customised training, to examine how school performance data can be used for self-evaluation and raising achievement
  • Highlighting that this effective data strategy, as part of a broader array of factors, led to attainment at KS2 and GCSE in Lambeth being six percentage points above national average in 2015, compared to 20 points below in 2005

Dr Feyisa Demie, Adviser for School Self-Evaluation, Lambeth Local Authority (invited)

 

16.00
Case Study: Successfully Utilising Data In Multi-Academy Trusts To Support Disadvantaged Pupils
  • Recognising the need for vulnerable individuals with long-term mental health conditions to access support in their daily lives in order to enable them to maintain their tenancies
  • Developing a ‘floating support’ programme across Birmingham to assist people within their homes for up to 6 months through partnership with Mind, assisting with tasks such as making medical appointments and budgeting
  • Enabling vulnerable individuals to access support at home 7 days a week from 9am – 9pm, helping to mitigate the need for high-cost care and interventions such as admission to A&E and engagement of probation services
  • Highlighting the success of the support programme, enabling 97% of service users to maintain their tenancies, 90% to maintain their health and wellbeing, and 81% to get help with budgeting and managing their finances
  • Promoting floating support as an alternative to assisted living and stabilising tenants, reducing homelessness and antisocial behaviour among those with mental illness

Sir Daniel Moynihan, Chief Executive, Harris Federation (invited)

 

16.20
Case Study: Delivering Effective Alternative Provision Utilising Data
  • Developing an inclusive model which places SEND pupils at the heart of the school, identifying pupils needing extra attention and intervention through data
  • Outlining the challenges faced by Brookside Academy in ensuring alternative provision pupils’ success and measuring their progress effectively
  • Tracking additional data, such as violent incidents, to ensure student and teacher safety and identifying areas for intervention
  • Advising on how data can be used, alongisde other interventions, to confront challenges posed by a SEND cohort, including lower results, higher volume of incidents and behavioural problems
  • Looking beyond the data once a problem has been identified, tailoring solutions to individual issues with special routines tailored to the needs of the child

Brian Walton, Headteacher, Brookside Academy (invited)

 

16.40
Questions and Answers Session
17.00
Chair’s Summary and Close

*Programme subject to change

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Who Should Attend

Who Should Attend?

Delegates who will have an interest in this event will be people who work in the Education Sector.

*This Conference is open to Public, Private and Third Sectors

For more information or to make a booking please call 0330 058 4285

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Sponsorship and Exhibition

We are now taking bookings for our wide range of sponsorship and exhibition packages; we also offer bespoke packages tailored for your organisation.

Why Sponsor and Exhibit at this event:

 Network with key decision makers across the Education Sector
 Meet your target audience in the Sector
 Listen and Learn from leading industry experts across the Sector
 Opportunity to demonstrate your products or services
 Speak alongside industry leading experts
 Work with your dedicated account manager to generate the maximum amount of leads

Exhibition and Sponsorship Packages:


Strategic Headline Sponsor:

  • 20-minute speaking slot followed by Q&A
  • 3x2m Exhibition Space (In the Refreshments and Catering room)
  • Pre show marketing email to all registered delegates
  • Post show inclusion on presentation email
  • Branding on Website and Event Guide (Logo and 100 Word Profile)
  • A4 Insert or A4 Chair Drop
  • 5 Delegate Conference Passes
  • 1 Speaker Pass

Key Supporter Package:

  • 20-minute speaking slot followed by Q&A
  • Branding on Website and Event Guide (Logo and 100 Word Profile)
  • A4 Insert or Chair Drop
  • 1 Speaker Pass
  • 2 Delegate Conference Passes

Exhibition Stand:

  • 3x2m Exhibition Space (In the Refreshments and Catering room)
  • Power, Wifi, Table and 2 Chairs (If required)
  • Branding on Website and Event Guide (Logo and 100 Word Profile)
  • 2 Delegate Conference Passes
  • 1 Stand Manager Pass

Insert or Chair Drop:

  • 1 Delegate Conference Pass
  • A4 insert into delegate pack or A4 Chair Drop

For more information or to discuss the available option please call 0203 961 5002 or email [email protected] 

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Prices and Discount

Public Sector Rate:

  1.    £379
  2.    £349
  3. + £319

Private Sector Rate:

  1.    £550
  2. + £520

Voluntary Sector Rate:

  1.    £299
  2. + £269

Event Documentation: *If you can’t attend the event you can purchase the event documentation

Electronic – £99 Printed – £99

Group bookings: If you would like to make a group booking of 5 or more please call 0330 058 4285 to find out if we can offer any more discount.

*All prices are excluding VAT

For more information or to make a booking please call 0330 058 4285

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