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Workshop 38: Celebrating geography with the SGQM
Workshop 38: Celebrating geography with the SGQM
Session objectives:
Session objectives:
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
Yes! Fab things are happening in geography departments
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
We encourage students to assess their own work
Share your reasons to celebrate with people sat near you
Share your reasons to celebrate with people sat near you
Workshop 38: Celebrating geography with the SGQM
Workshop 38: Celebrating geography with the SGQM
How does this link to the Quality Mark SEF
How does this link to the Quality Mark SEF
Evidence for the Quality Mark - Literacy
Evidence for the Quality Mark - Literacy
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1Workshop 38: Celebrating geography 8well (providing evidence to support these
with the SGQM. Presented by Catherine Owen statements) and which areas they need to
(Cgeog) – Head of Geography at The King develop.
Alfred School, Somerset. 9
2Session objectives: Celebrate the 10How can the SGQM help you to prepare
successes we have had in our geography for inspections? The current SGQM SEF
teaching. Explore how the Quality Mark includes many aspects which are also
process can support us in developing our valued by OFSTED. Crucially, the SGQM
teaching and preparing for inspections. promotes quality geography. An example of
Evaluate own practice and plan for an aspect with a high profile in both the
improvement. SGQM SEF and in OFSTED inspections is
3Yes! Fab things are happening in literacy.
geography departments! Time to celebrate? 11Focus on literacy… OFSTED will look at
4We encourage students to assess their whether students: ‘develop a range of
own work. Our students get the opportunity skills, including reading, writing,
to take part in fieldwork at least once a communication and mathematical skills, and
year. What have you, your department and how well they apply these across the
your students done that deserves curriculum’ They will consider the extent
celebration? We work closely with the to which: ‘reading, writing, communication
local community – an example is the Pool and mathematics are well taught’.
Project. Maddy Francis won our year 9 12How does this link to the Quality Mark
competition to produce a guided tour in SEF?
the local area. 13Evidence for the Quality Mark -
5Share your reasons to celebrate with Literacy. Having reflected upon 30 years
people sat near you. What have you of China’s one child policy using de Bono
accomplished that has been a big success? hats, year 9 students were asked to
What has your department done which has produce their own response to the policy.
made you proud? What have your students They were offered choices of painting,
achieved that has given you cause to poetry or prose. This response was used as
celebrate? a piece of evidence for my SGQM
6How do you celebrate your successes? submission.
School rewards system? Break time 14We live in times of rapid change in
celebrations of excellence? Items in education and high levels of
newsletter? Secondary Geography Quality accountability for teachers – this can
Mark? lead to an atmosphere of pressure. We need
7What does the SGQM involve? Currently, to manage our time carefully to ensure
the seven sections of the Quality Mark SEF that we are keeping pace with the changes
are: What are the distinctive needed without wearing ourselves out.
characteristics of Geography in your There are probably many changes that we
school? How does the Department gather the would like to make to improve our own
‘pupils’ voices’ and use the views of practice, but it is important to
learners to inform the continuous prioritise and to think carefully about
improvement of Geography teaching and whether a major change is needed, or if
learning? What are the learners’ well thought out ‘tweaks’ would do the
achievements and standards in Geography? job. The next slide includes the revised
How does Geography support the personal areas for the SGQM. It invites you to
development and well being of learners? a. consider WWW (what went well) and EBI
What level of quality has been achieved in (even better if) for your own geography
the teaching and learning of Geography? b. department.
How successfully does the Geography 15Attainment. Teaching. Curriculum.
curriculum meet the range of needs and Leadership and Management. CPD. EBI.
interests of learners? c. How well are the Choose one or two of these criteria. What
learners guided and supported in does your school do well? What could you
Geography? What is the overall do to improve? SGQM Criteria. WWW.
effectiveness and efficiency of leadership 16Do you want to know more about the
and management in the Geography quality mark? Visit
department? How effective are links http://www.geography.org.uk/11-19/secondar
outside your department in enriching the qualitymark/ for more information. You
Geography provision? must register your intention to complete
8What are we already doing well and the SGQM by December, then complete your
what ‘tweaks’ can we make to do even application by June. Cost varies according
better? The quality mark process invites to the size of the school.
schools to consider what they are doing
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