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In just 40 pages we show you how to how to select and present the case study material that will best demonstrate the impact you are having on pupils’ progress and how to manage the interview with the inspector with confidence.

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Demonstrate SEN Progress with Case Studies: Gathering and writing SEN case studies for Ofsted will enable you to:

understand what inspectors are looking for
select pupils and groups of pupils whose stories will clearly demonstrate the difference you are making to their progress
know how much detail to provide and in what format
see examples of case studies created by other schools in various contexts
be ready for the interview with the inspector.
Summary of contents
This guide will show you how to:

select what you want the inspector to know about
know what information it is appropriate to include
choose the best format in which to present the case study
brief other relevant people ready for the inspection.
This guide includes:

examples of case studies demonstrating different types of progress
examples of case studies from different types of schools.
a checklist of what you need in place prior to an inspection
a framework for writing case studies.
Chapter breakdown
Section 1: Identifying what you want to showcase
Having read this section you will know:

what Ofsted are likely to be focusing on
what RAISEonline data is saying about SEND pupils at your school (ie what are the issues – behaviour, attainment, attendance – and for which pupils)
which case studies will best demonstrate the work the school is doing to address the story the data is telling
what is the impact?
Section 2: Knowing what to include
Having read this section you will know:

that there are different types of case studies to show different aspects of the school’s work (ie focus on attendance, behaviour, progress for different groups)
who or what will be the focus of your case studies
what evidence should be included in the case study
how to evaluate and demonstrate the impact of interventions
some ideas about different formats for case studies and the level of detail that is needed.
Section 3: Examples of case studies that have been successful
Having read this you will know:

what a few different types of case study look like
how to populate a template with your own information.
Section 4: How to manage the interview with the inspector
Having read this readers will know:

what to do in advance of an inspection
what to have at the ready to show and talk about
the likely impact on other members of the school community.

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Pub Date 2013-11
Binding Book/Manual