Once you have decided on the level you are going to work towards, click on the appropriate document which suggests the evidence you should start gathering for your portfolio. To help you organise your portfolio, please use the headers.
Level 1 PDF document
Level 2 PDF document
Level 3 PDF document
To gain the award the school should submit a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates you have met 14 of the 19 elements. The elements should be spread over 5 or more of the 7 areas. In addition the areas shown in red must be covered. Samples of evidence can be seen below:
01) The school vision, culture & environment
04) Policy and Planning
06) Taking action
07) Curriculum Review, Audit and Reporting
08) Curriculum Planning
09) Curriculum Delivery
<< Evidence Level 2 - Disney topic at Carleton Endowed C of E, Nr Skipton >> and the supporting << Scheme of work >>
Please note, on their own these do not provide evidence for curriculum planning and delivery. Supporting schemes of work/lesson plans are needed.
10) Assemblies, extra-curricula events and activities
11) Visits and visitors
<< Evidence Level 2 - SGHS 2014 >> Aimeth Fernandez Angulo, banana grower and manager of the Asobanar Co-operative in Colombia talking in Spanish with sixth formers at Skipton Girls’ high School in March 2014.
12) Links and partnerships
<< Evidence Level 2 - St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy, Menston - logo for their partnership with a school in South Africa >> Please note on its own this does not provide the evidence required. Examples of both planning and partnership agreement documents agreed by both (or all) schools involved in the partnership and examples of active dialogues between the schools, including pupil work intended for discussion or exchange with the partner school, are needed.
13) Monitoring & Evaluation
14) Teaching Resources
15) The environment and the school
16) Staff Development
<< Evidence Level 1 - Staff Training >> (further evidence in the shape of notes from training and number and names of teachers attending are also required)
<< Evidence Levels 1 & 2 - Refugee display by Glebe Primary School >> Photo credit to Mrs Joanne Lewis, Yr5 teacher at Glebe Primary School, Stockton on Tees
18) Language and terminology
19) Publicity, Outreach and Networking
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