The Oxfordshire School Primary Peer Review Programme 2019-20
This is for information only if you would like more information please contact Kathy Smith at The Mulberry Bush School as soon as possible to register your interest on 01865 594700 firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the continued success of the Oxfordshire School’s Primary Peer Review we would like to invite you to join us for the 2019-20 programme. We are looking to grow the success of this programme by engaging with more schools, so therefore would love to hear from existing and new participants for September 2019.
In response to the tighter economic constraints placed on schools, the limited availability of school improvement services and the continuing need for mentoring and sharing best practice, The Mulberry Bush Peer Review is a minimal cost system for providing peer support. Over the last few years over 60 schools from eight different local authority areas have taken part in this work, which has been led by The Mulberry Bush Outreach.
The aim of the Peer Review System:
The Peer Review system aims to provide a reflective self-evaluation process, giving insight into individual schools effectiveness in agreed areas, provided by peer colleagues working in a similar situation to your own, in their adopted role of ‘critical professional friend. Case Studies outlining the success and high impact of the programme are available on The Mulberry Bush School website.
What is involved?
It is a visit to your school by two colleagues. They will spend a day with you and your school looking at agreed areas of policy and practice at your request. It is an opportunity to network between schools, to share practice, learn from others and build on what works well. It provides a great chance to share professional expertise and improve provision.
Low cost – high impact!
It costs £170 which goes towards the management of the process, and some administrative input from The Mulberry Bush Outreach Team, covering organisation arrangement prior to the visits, including checking that relevant paper work has been exchanged.