The NAHT is establishing Aspire Peer Review as the leading format for peer review for schools. Every school has great practice to share, and all schools can benefit from effective collaboration with colleagues in their local area and beyond. NAHT Aspire is based on this principle of partnership working; it supports schools to work more effectively, share strengths and solve challenges together. It grows leaders and leadership to make schools even more successful, whatever their starting point. Headteachers and senior leaders are invited to explore the peer review principles and process with colleagues at sessions in Essex and Suffolk, details below: Gosfield Community Primary School in Essex on Monday 2 July 2018 (3.30pm to 4.30pm) Beaumont Community Primary school in Suffolk on Thursday 5 July 2018 (3.30pm to 4.30pm) The sessions will enable colleagues to explore what they expect from peer review, explore the nature of challenge between schools for the benefit of all leaders and provide sample materials for use in school. What’s the benefit of NAHT Aspire Peer Review to your school? "The collaborative approach to the process has been very beneficial, working with schools and borough colleagues. The probe and challenge from colleagues allow us to justify our decision-making based on evidence – it’s part of a robust evidence base." Headteacher What’s the benefit of NAHT Aspire Peer Review to you as a leader? "Knowing that I have the confidence and knowledge to justify and explain my role, and its impact as a leader." Senior Leader To find out more about NAHT Aspire Peer Review or to book a place on one of the above taster sessions please email email@example.com.
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We all know that money is in short supply so how do you get best value from your school improvement plans? Simple, NAHT Aspire… With ever increasing financial and performance pressures the NAHT Aspire programme delivers outstanding value to schools and commissioning bodies. For example, the cost to a Local Authority of converting a school to an Academy is between £2,500 and £20,000* without considering any financial deficits the Authority may retain and money spent on school improvement services in the time taken to conversion. Alternatively, a full two year Aspire programme costs less, brings immediate challenge and support and develops capacity through a model that is sustained over time. NAHT Aspire is a proven School Improvement programme that has been delivering consistently high outcomes for partner schools since its beginning in 2013. Designed in response to a DfE tender to help schools with multiple RI judgements and as an alternative to acadamisation, the programme has developed to include good and outstanding schools looking to retain and improve their judgements. We are currently recruiting schools to join our latest round of the NAHT Aspire programme. Starting with NAHT Aspire Peer Reviews in the summer term the programme will be commencing in the new academic year. Working in Networks encourages collaboration between school leadership teams engendered by the Aspire Peer Review that initiates the programme. School leaders set the agenda and content for their school improvement by the using the findings of the Peer Review and expert support from our advisers. Since 2013 NAHT Aspire has worked with: Over 160 partner schools 106 have been inspected – 77% joined as RI or worse Following inspection 68% are good or better 24 schools joined as [...]