Educational leadership & learning

Feedback presentation

I was very pleased to invited to #TLT17 at Southampton University on 7 October 2017, to run a workshop explaining how our school have developed and use our Feedback policy. The aim I shared was to maximise learning for the pupils whilst minimising the workload for the teachers.

Our first version came in the autumn term of 2014 (the term when the new National Curriculum came in and NC levels went out). I shared some summaries of research about the value of Feedback, and as a staff team we designed our Feedback policy.

We used this throughout this and the next year, and it seemed to work fairly well. However when the DfE Workload Groups produced their reports we evaluated our policy and practice to analyse whether it was meaningful, manageable and motivating.

During 2016-2017 we were extremely fortunate to have the wonderful Natasha Jones undertake her NPQH project with us. Working with the staff in two groups she helped us reflect on the principles and purposes of feedback and what we wanted it to achieve.

Also in this year I was involved in a Hampshire run project with colleagues from a number of other schools. We visited each others schools and observed and analysed their Feedback policy and practice. It was a reassuring process, as we had many similar elements of practice.

However we plan to continue to be self-critical and reflect on effectiveness and impact of our policy.

Below is the presentation I shared at #TLT17 and a copy of our current Feedback policy.

Feedback TLT 17

Feedback policy May 2017 

 

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