Effective Data Use for Pupil Progress

Tuesday 22 Jan 2013
Engage and equip staff to use and analyse data consistently and successfully to drive pupil progress

* Important announcement *

We are delighted to announce that Tom Winskill HMI, Ofsted will be joining us to outline how you can evidence that you are making effective use of data to drive progress and improve pupil outcomes

Why is this conference relevant?

Data has never been more important to schools. The new Ofsted framework and the new Teachers’ Standards both call for greater scrutiny of data and your staff must be able to make accurate and effective judgements based on their pupil data. At a time of high accountability, can you be sure you and all your staff are equipped with the skills to interpret and respond to data effectively?

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What can I expect?

Optimus Education’s Effective Data Use for Pupil Progress conference is the event of the year for those in charge of data management. Gain the latest advice on using, analysing and intervening your data, as well as practical guidance for cascading this information to staff and engaging them in effective data use. 
Leading a whole-school approach to data is vital to engaging all staff in their own use of data. Peter Kent, Headteacher, Lawrence Sherriff School will provide expert guidance on developing a strategic, whole-school data ethos.
This conference will feature our first data surgery, where your specific data needs are dealt with by our experienced experts. Dominic Salmon, Lydiard Park Academy and Jason Tudor, Archway School will take you through the common pitfalls of data management, and how to avoid them.
Why choose Optimus Education conferences?
“Interesting and useful. Some thought provoking ideas and discussions”
Deputy Head, Bridgemary School
“Really great! I learnt so much!”
Assistant Headteacher, Stanborough School
“Excellent food for thought – many practical ideas to try out!”
Assistant Head, St Edmunds Catholic School
“I picked up some very useful info and I am excited about trying some new things out with my own data!”
Data Manager, Chorlton High School
“A useful and rewarding experience”
Assistant Head, Blenheim High School



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