BEP is committed to securing the best possible education for every child and young person living within our city.
The Performance & Standards team work on Whole City projects to raise attainment across all schools, both maintained and academy, in all sectors and phases.
View current School Improvement support packages.
Schools in Birmingham face a number of challenges. The purpose of the Families of Schools documents is to help schools see how others with similar intakes serve their pupils.
One of the principal aims of BEP is to champion a culture of continual school led improvement. The BEP Peer Review Programme enables schools to build strong, supportive and mutually beneficial relationships that deliver sustainable self-improvement.
HMI Assistant Regional Director for the West Midlands, James McNeillie, provided us with a briefing on the new Ofsted framework. He covered the changes and implications it will have for schools inspected under this new framework.
We know that each school is unique with its own culture, challenges and ambitions. Still, all are striving forward under a unified theme: great opportunities & outcomes for its pupils. To help Birmingham schools achieve this goal BEP provides a number of services tailored specifically for governors, headteachers & senior leadership teams.
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