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Exploring the key levers

A grid of the six key levers for successful management of teaching assistants to improve interventions. These levers are: Effective leadership and management; Continuing professional development; Focused support for children and the use of evidence-based intervention programmes; Joint planning and reviewing progress; Monitoring impact; Performance management. This page is part of section five (of five) of the 'Leading on Intervention improvement cycle'. 

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Monitoring impact

Guidance on how the impact of teaching assistant support can be monitored. Includes six main points on this process and a short case study involving Bonner Primary School. This page is part of section five (of five) of the 'Leading on Intervention improvement cycle'.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Effective leadership and management

Information presenting five key requirements in the leadership field which will ensure teaching assistants are working effectively. Also shows how provision mapping can be used in this process. Includes a short case study of Bonner Primary School, in Tower Hamlets, London. This page is part of section five (of five) of the 'Leading on Intervention improvement cycle'.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Joint planning and reviewing progress

Guidance specifying different ways and different contexts in which joint planning and reviewing, in respect of joint planning between teachers and teaching assistants, can be undertaken. Includes a list of the seven main benefits that this process will create. A short case study is also available. This page is part of section five (of five) of the 'Leading on Intervention improvement cycle'.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Performance management

Guidance on including teaching assistants in performance management systems, which spells out the key benefits of such a process. Includes a short case study involving Christchurch School. This page is part of section five (of five) of the 'Leading on Intervention improvement cycle'. 

The National Strategies Last update: 2011