PASS (Pupil Attitude to Self and School) A:
Understanding and Interpreting the Data of a PASS Diagnostic Audit Report (Module D5)
In schools throughout the UK, surveys are rapidly gaining popularity. In particular, the use of attitudinal surveys is increasing to help unearth the real causes of pupil disengagement. As a result, the ‘Getting more from Surveys’ area takes a special look at GL Assessment’s Pupil Attitudes to Self and School (PASS) survey, helping users to understand and implement its data more effectively. ‘Getting more from Surveys’ also investigates ways in which schools can maximise the benefits from stakeholder surveys such as GL Performance’s Kirkland Rowell Surveys.
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- All school staff.
By the end of this module participants will have:
- Increased their understanding of the 9 PASS factors on which the Audit Report is based
- Become confident in their ability to analyse and interpret the various ways in which PASS data are presented
- Examined how PASS data can be considered alongside other data sets to provide a strong evidential foundation for school development planning to improve student well being and learning.
This workshop will be practically based, using an Audit Report example or the PASS Audit Report from participants’ schools.
This module supports the Ofsted 2012 framework:
- Inspection criteria 2.7:
Quality of teaching in the school
The extent to which the pace and depth of learning are maximised as a result of teachers’ monitoring of learning during lessons and any consequent actions in response to pupils’ feedback
- Inspection criteria 3.1:
Behaviour and safety of pupils in the school
Pupils’ attitudes to learning and conduct in lessons and around the school
- Inspection criteria 4.3:
Quality of leadership and management of the school
Provide a broad and balanced curriculum that: meets the needs of all pupils; enable all pupils to achieve their full educational potential and make progress in their learning; and promote their good behaviour and safety and their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.
To develop learning further, link this module to:
- Strategic Planning for the Use of the PASS Diagnostic in Schools Module 2 (D6)
- Conducting an Action Research Project (L26).
Pre-requisite modules to this one:
This module is a three hour, group face-to-face session.
- Only £50 per person.
Minimum of £500 per session and maximum of £750 for 20 delegates.
Discounts for bulk bookings available.
To book please contact us on:
T: 0845 602 1937 Option 3