All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘ofsted’

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Data, data everywhere! Using it wisely to give us the evidence we need.

Mary Hartshorne, I CAN’s Head of Evidence, explains why using evidence is so important, and how it has shaped I CAN in becoming an ‘outcomes focused organisation’. Temperatures have been rising over the past few centuries, whilst at the same time the numbers of pirates have been decreasing. Thus pirates cool the world and global warming is a hoax. In an …

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Supporting children through induction and transition at I CAN’s Dawn House School.

Kathy Horton is a Learning Mentor at Dawn House School, I CAN’s specialist school for children aged 5-19 with severe and complex speech, language and communication difficulties. We spoke to Kathy about how students at Dawn House School are supported during their initial induction into the school and throughout their school life. Tell us a little bit more about your …

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Dawn House School rated ‘outstanding’ for residential provision.

I CAN are delighted to announce that following an inspection in February, Dawn House School’s residential provision has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted for a second consecutive year. Dawn House School offers specialist education, therapy and care for children aged 5 to 19 years with severe and complex speech, language and communication needs and/or Aspergers’ Syndrome. The Ofsted inspection found …

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Meath School rated ‘outstanding’ for the third time

We are thrilled to announce that Meath School, I CAN’s specialist primary school, has been rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted for the third time. Meath is one of few schools in England for primary aged children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN), including Asperger’s Syndrome. After their visit, which took place on the 3rd March 2016, inspectors stated, ‘The school …

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The early years pupil premium: Helping to demonstrate evidence of impact.

Since April 2015 disadvantaged three and four-year-olds in early years settings in England have been able to benefit from extra funding in the form of the early years pupil premium (EYPP).  This is all part of the Government’s drive to improve the quality of education for these most disadvantaged children and narrow the gap between them and their more advantaged peers. …

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