Choose from the following areas of support:
BEP Peer Review Programme
One of the principal aims of BEP is to champion a culture of continual school led improvement. The BEP Peer Review Programme enables schools to build strong, supportive and mutually beneficial relationships that deliver sustainable self-improvement.
Projects & Priorities
Our current priorities grow from the major challenges facing schools, whether in response to new demands in SATs and GCSEs or in the growing impact of austerity or poor mental health experienced by children and young people. The narrowing of the curriculum and an excessive pressure around narrow accountability measures leads to some of our particular current work in the Arts, Sports and in Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Raising Attainment of Disadvantaged Youngsters
OFSTEDs latest report on the most able students in the non-selective system identified that one of the key reasons for underachievement was low expectations of the poorest students.RADY seeks to raise expectations from entry into Year 7. RADY is a long-term project rather than a quick fix. It involves uplifting the starting point for Year […]
The role of the Improvement Champion within a cluster is to; facilitate the post review workshop, enabling priorities for improvement to be identified by the review team and potential solutions and school to school support agreed.