Helping you recover your work-life balance.
The burden of school improvement administration is often seen as a necessary evil, one that is driven by demands from on high and the endless pursuit of improved performance. In truth, it often gets in the way.
We can help you overcome this and free up your time for more important things.
Think about the huge volume of information, reports & analyses you need when discussing, planning and evaluating your performance processes. Add to that the burden of being fully prepared for inspection or reporting to Trustees & Governors.
Now consider all of the work it takes you to get there – everything associated with Performance Appraisal, updating Development Plans & Action Plans, recording Lesson Observations and trying to evidence the impact of CPD. Think about all the paperwork & spreadsheets, chasing people to update their areas of responsibility and collating & preparing information for meetings and analyses.
Of course, administration needs to be done but it doesn’t have to be you who does it. That’s what we do in Managed Services - we administer your school improvement processes.
We help you to restore your work life balance, enhance the quality of your information and bring about whole school improvement through meaningful information and analyses.
In practical terms, we can interact directly with your staff, request & receive information from them, ensure everything is recorded in the right place in our award winning school improvement management system and deliver to you professionally packaged reports containing all the information & analyses – whatever you tell us you need to make your job easier. We can even bring our experience of working with other schools to help you and your team to develop good practice.
We can engage with you as often as you wish throughout the school year or we can just help out with a short term project. For example, we could help you to manage & record Performance Reviews & Objectives or we could continue through the year helping staff to update their evaluation & evidence all the way through to appraisal the following year.