Ofsted’s draft Education Inspection Framework (EIF), currently out for consultation, includes a proposed new graded area of Personal Development which includes: careers information advice and guidance and preparation for progression; citizenship, equality, diversity and fundamental British values; physical and mental health and wellbeing and enrichment activity: broader student development to help them discover and develop interests and talents.
Delegates will hear how Ofsted will inspect Personal Development in the new EIF and explore how you can best support your students with their personal development. There will be an opportunity to find out more about AoC’s proposed Charter for Student Engagement.
Expert practitioners will showcase some of the excellent work that colleges are doing so that you can leave with advice and guidance on how you can develop student engagement and facilitate learner engagement in your college, support your student’s mental health and wellbeing and develop citizenship in your curriculum.
Benefits of attending:
- Gain an update from Jos Parsons HMI, Ofsted on how Personal Development will be inspected in the new Education Inspection Framework, which comes into effect in September 2019
- Explore how far Student Voice has come in the FE sector and hear examples of best practice from Tony Payne, National Lead, Leaner Voice Network
- Learn from Weston College, the AoC Beacon Award Winner for mental health and wellbeing, how they have invested in training to help their staff support learners who are struggling with their mental health and the initiatives they have put int place to help colleagues and students be more physically active
- Network with colleagues, discuss and share your experiences and learn from each other’s practice