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General prompts on Every Child Matters (ECM)

Prompts for School Improvement Partners (SIPs) to consider when analysing the school's engagement with the Every Child Matters (ECM) agenda, including provision for minority, gifted and talented and special educational needs pupils.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Every Child Matters: The SIP’s role

A summary of the role of the School Improvement Partner (SIP) in evaluating Every Child Matters (ECM) programmes, and a list of key questions they should be asking in discussion with schools.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Development of extended schools

Overview of the programme for extended schools led by the Training and Development Agency (TDA) for all schools to be extended schools by 2010. LAs should brief School Improvement Partners (SIPs) about the programme for extended schools in their areas and how it affects the school that the SIP has been appointed to. Includes questions that SIPs can ask schools to aid them in their planning and evaluation.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Becta Local authorities

Becta Local authorities . Research About Local authorities Becta provides advice and guidance to local authorities to support and encourage schools to improve learning with ICT. We do this by providing information and tools for whole school improvement and best value procurement. Government strategy Funding Self-review framework Procurement E-safety Personalising learning Extending opportunities Get involved Publications Recent publications Download or order Becta publications. Harnessing Technology for Next Generation Learning: Children, schools and families implementation plan 02 March…

Becta Last update: 2011

Evaluating Every Child Matters – The SIP's role in engaging the school

The School Improvment Partner's (SIP's) role is about considering the school's self-evaluation framework and not about compliance.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011