• Free article: The exam post-mortem

    Matt Bromley considers how schools can learn from exam performance data and build this into school improvement. Summary Reviewing the post-exam performance data in a post-exam review meeting, known as a rapid improvement panel (RIP), can help to avoid...

  • Free article: Transforming a failing school

    Matt Bromley offers some advice on turning around an underperforming school in a short space of time while laying down the foundations for sustainable improvement. Summary Improving standards in the classroom must be a priority. Achievement data should...

  • Free article: Improving teacher recruitment and retention: part 1

    In the first part of a two-part article, Matt Bromley looks at ways to improve teacher recruitment and retention. Summary The shortage of teachers is due to a combination of: increasing pupil numbers, a lack of new teachers going through initial...

  • Free article: Demonstrating the impact of pupil premium funding

    Matt Bromley provides advice on how schools can analyse the effectiveness of their pupil premium spending. Summary The attainment gap is detectable at an early age and is multi-racial. Effective assessment and tracking are key to closing the gap....

  • Free article: Improving whole-school assessment

    Matt Bromley discusses how schools might improve their assessment process by making them more efficient, targeted and meaningful. Summary • Assessment is an integral component of effective teaching and learning and can be summative or formative, but...


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