Improve pupil outcomes in L2


At Y Pant Comprehensive School, teaching and learning has improved through an emphasis on reflective practice. The school has implemented a number of mechanisms for colleagues to share and reflect on what they do well. Number of learners: 1,271 Age range: 11-18 Date of inspection: January 2017 Information about the […]

Estyn: Improving Teaching through an Emphasis on Professional Learning –



Name of lead person: Mrs Sarah Parry (Headteacher) and Dr Vince Browne (Partner Headteacher) Lead person e-mail address: sparry@llanishen.cardiff.sch.uk Lead person telephone number: 029 20680800 Local Authority/Authorities: Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Phase: Secondary   Context and background to case study: The rationale for establishing a formal partnership between Llanishen High School and Llantwit Major […]

Llanishen High School – Llanishen-Llantwit Partnership



Context Brynteg Comprehensive School is an 11-18 mixed comprehensive and is one of the largest secondary schools in Wales with 1,603 pupils on roll with 434 in the sixth form. Currently there are 30 children who are looked after. The majority of these are in key stage 3, with just […]

Estyn: Brynteg Comprehensive School – The Effective Use of Tracking to Monitor Progress and Improve Outcomes



Context Brynteg is an 11-18 mixed comprehensive and is one of the largest secondary schools in Wales with 1,603 pupils on roll, with 434 in the sixth form. Currently there are 30 children who are looked after in the school. The majority of these are in key stage 3, with […]

Estyn: Brynteg Comprehensive School – Using the Pupil Deprivation Grant for Looked After Children



Title of case study:  Principality staff providing literacy support for our year 8 pupils Area(s) of focus: Improve pupil outcomes in L2 Improve pupil outcomes in L1 Reduce the FSM gap Reduce the gap – vulnerable pupils Reduce FTE Improve attendance Reduce NEETs School(s) or partnership name: Llanishen High School […]

Llanishen High School – Principality staff providing literacy support for our year 8 pupils



Maesteg School in Bridgend recognises that there are barriers that impact on progress for a majority of pupils. The school provides an extensive range of intervention strategies, including individual mentoring, alternative pathways providing personalised programmes, highly specialised additional learning support and partnerships with other agencies. The impact of any intervention […]

Estyn: Maesteg School – Strategies to reduce barriers to progress and ensure support for every pupil