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DEVON COUNTY COUNCIL
2004 ANNUAL REVIEW VISIT - PRIMARY PHASE Adviser Form
School: Headteacher: DfES number: Adviser who carried out visit: Contact SIO: Summary of the main inspection judgements The school’s last inspection took place on: Grade The overall effectiveness of the school Overall standards achieved The quality of education provided The quality of teaching How well pupils learn The quality of assessment The leadership and management of the school The governance of the school The leadership of headteacher The leadership of other key staff The effectiveness of management  with dates if appropriate A remodelling project/change management training Primary Leadership Strategy Intensive Support Programme Intensive Literacy Support Intensive Numeracy Support The headteacher is a Primary Consultant Leader The school is currently on the LEAs causing concern list The school has been recently successfully removed from the LEA’s causing concern list The school has been identified by OfSTED as having serious weaknesses or is subject to special measures Date of visit: Chair of governors: Number on roll: Time spent in school: hours Age Range:

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2. HOW WELL DO PUPILS ACHIEVE? (S43.1) Evaluation Number 1 2 3 4 5

The range of evidence used by the school to reach its judgement is Commentary

Good

Satisfactory

Only comment on any weaknesses where the range of evidence is unsatisfactory Note only any significant aspects of performance e.g. continuing high/low standards; trends over time

Targets
Progress towards achieving statutory targets for the 2004 year Key Stage 2 Percentage reaching Level 4 Percentage reaching Level 5 Mathematics Percentage reaching Level 4 Percentage reaching Level 5 Target set by school Result achieved

English

Commentary
2005 Targets Is the school on track to reach its 2005 Key Stage 2 targets in English and mathematics at Level 4 and 5? Does the school intend to make changes to its targets for 2005?

2004

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What are the LEA’s suggested targets for the school for 2006? Is the school intending to, or has it, set targets within the range suggested by the LEA? Percentage reaching Level 4 or above LEA range School English Mathematics English Mathematics Percentage reaching Level 5 or above

Commentary
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Whether the school intends to set targets within the suggested ranges. If the school intends to set outside these ranges, is it appropriate? Is the school being too ambitious or is it not setting sufficiently challenging targets? If the school is intending to set targets below the suggested minimum, is there convincing evidence to support this?

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3. HOW EFFECTIVE ARE TEACHING AND LEARNING? (S4 4A) Evaluation Number 1 2 3 4 5

The range of evidence used by the school to reach its judgement is Commentary

Good

Satisfactory

Only comment on any weaknesses where the range of evidence is unsatisfactory

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4. HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE LEADERSHIP OF THE SCHOOL? (S4 48A) Evaluation Number 1 2 3 4 5

The range of evidence used by the school to reach its judgement is Commentary

Good

Satisfactory

Only comment on any weaknesses where the range of evidence is unsatisfactory

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5. HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE MANAGEMENT OF THE SCHOOL? (S4 8B) Evaluation based on evidence Evaluation Number 1 2 3 4 5

The range of evidence used by the school to reach its judgement is Commentary

Good

Satisfactory

Only comment on any weaknesses where the range of evidence is unsatisfactory

School Improvement Planning Overall, the school’s strategic planning processes are School Self Evaluation Overall, the school monitors and reports about its progress

Well developed

Improving

In need of improvement

Very effectively

Effectively

Not effectively

Commentary

Comments might include:
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Are there any significant changes and or improvements as compared with the last annual review visit report? Does this represent an improvement since the previous annual review visit? What evidence is there to show that improvements are likely to be effective? If the school’s improvement planning or self-evaluation procedures are judged to have shown little or no improvement since the last annual review visit, note aspects that are in need of improvement.

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6. SCHOOL‘S SUMMARY EVALUATION The school has evaluated its performance in the three key areas of Pupil Achievement, Teaching and Learning, Leadership and Management as follows: PUPIL ACHIEVEMENT 1 2 3 TEACHING AND LEARNING 1 2 3 LEADERSHIP 1 2 MANAGEMENT 1 2

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5

4

5

3

4

5

3

4

5

Overall the school’s self-evaluation judgement is as follows – refer to evaluation descriptors in the Guidance (Form 2) OVERALL EVALUATION 1 2 3

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PERFORMANCE DATA EVALUATION (against Devon schools) (This performance data will be sent to schools later this term)

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Percentile 95th

Upper 60th 40th Lower 5th Quartile Quartile _______________________________________________________

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THIS SECTION TO BE COMPLETED DURING THE VISIT The agreed support level based on the school’s capacity to improve is: Support levels 1 2 3 Commentary

Comments might include:  For level 2 support include the range of support that may be available  Date and possible agenda for further visit (if appropriate)

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