About Us .....

Due to the current pandemic we have not been able to consult as widely as we would normally, therefore, we are introducing a new baseline offer which will be further developed over the autumn term to reflect the emerging needs of schools and the communities in which they serve.

 

We will work with you to ensure an offer which is developed and shaped in consultation with Headteachers who show a continued commitment to a School Improvement Service that represents value for money, is steeped in developing effective partnership working practices so that no school is left behind and is responsive to your needs enabling you as system leaders to influence both content and delivery.

 

Our priorities will be sharply focussed upon local, regional and national areas of importance and we are keen to work alongside strategic partners to provide a complementary rather than competitive model of delivery.  We are committed to providing a service, steered by the needs of schools, that represents value for money and is steeped in developing effective partnership working practices.

 

Our aim is to be responsive to schools’ needs, both through content and delivery.  Our workforce is built from an experienced core staff team, infused with seconded outstanding talent and then further enhanced by drawing upon the expertise within the school system.  Our team will support schools through one to one dialogue, identifying need and building a bespoke response for the school.

  

There is the opportunity, once again, for schools to purchase specific school improvement services on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ basis. We look forward to continuing working productively with you over the next academic year as we work together towards achieving our shared School Improvement Partnership mission of: all pupils making at least good progress; no underperforming cohorts; all teachers delivering at least good learning; and and all schools moving to at least the next level of successful performance.

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Our Pricing and Delivery Offer .....

Schools can access RoSIS in two ways:

  • A new baseline membership fee of £2,500 per school which includes access to all the services listed at no additional charge, unless stated (**).  This baseline membership fee is in place until full consultation has been able to take place and additional support and any extra charges will be discussed during the autumn term.

  • Purchasing specific improvement services on very competitive rates depending upon the service and level of support – available to any school/academy who choose not to subscribe to the baseline offer.

 

The services set out in the Directory are not an exhaustive list but a starting point for discussion to agree and plan your school improvement needs.

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Our Principles and Our Promise .....

We will offer a service which is flexible and can be adapted to the bespoke needs of individual settings, both during and beyond the current pandemic, and is:

  • based upon schools’ needs and responsive to emerging leadership needs.

  • focused in prevention rather than intervention,  provides both support & challenge.

  • independent, committed to education across the region and perceptive to changes in the educational landscape.

  • based upon robust data analysis and research.

  • All services will be supported by an online helpline available Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5pm.

  • Services will be responsive to need and agreed in discussion with Associate Heads to ensure a meaningful offer is developed for your school. Delivery will take place in the most appropriate setting for that school.

  • All staff will be professionally trained with appropriate qualifications and experience, will be covered by professional indemnity insurance, hold current DBS checks and have received the necessary safeguarding training.

  • All learning materials, guidance and training will be delivered in the context of up-to-date legislation and based upon robust data and/or good evidenced-based practice.

  • RoSIS Circulars will continue to provide an efficient cocommunicationool and updates will be available via the RoSIS website and Twitter feed (@RoSIS_1).

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Meet the Team .....

Our team here at RoSIS cover a wide range of areas within schools and settings to help them achieve their goals, offer guidance and ensure best practices are followed. Find out more about all of our staff below and don't hesitate to get in touch if you would like any further information.

Pam Ward

 

Strategic Lead School Effectiveness Service

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Fiona Radford

 

Business Manager

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Paul Carney

 

Coordinator of Governor Services

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Amy Parry

 

Teaching and Learning Consultant

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Vicki Margrave

 

Teaching and Learning Consultant

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Andrew Bull

 

Schools Workforce Development Consultant

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RoSIS Business Support Team

 

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