National Charity Ambitious About Autism launch "Finished with School" Report and Campaign...
...highlighting the need to improve educational opportunities for young people with autism.
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We know the biggest difference we can make is to develop the ability of each individual and/or organisation to provide each person with the help and support they need to learn, thrive, choose.... and ultimately to get the life they want.
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How does your Provision Measure up to the Ofsted Post 16 Progression Review?
The latest report from Ofsted makes it clear that a greater focus on destinations and outcomes is required to make learning more personalised.
The problem is there are so many competing priorities and, with limits on time and resources, it is sometimes difficult to get to find the time to consider the implications.
If you want to get a quick overview of where you are this resource: "Ofsted Post 16 Progression Review: How do we measure up? - An Initial checklist" is a good place to start.
We have analysed the key themes from the Ofsted report and presented them as a series of key questions to help you consider what is "working" and what might be "needed in the future".
This is a hands on practical tool that you can use right away to consider how you can continue to focus on outcomes.
It is ready to go you can download it and complete it with your management team to get a quick overview of what the key implications of the Ofsted review might be for your provision.
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Should we be moving to success measures that focus more on outcomes
Busy managers have a lot on their plate and sometimes it can be difficult to juggle the competing demands. With budgets tight, and limited scope for adding extra capacity, that challenge can only grow.