RoSIS works with primary and secondary schools in Rotherham, Barnsley, Doncaster, Sheffield and beyond. It is committed to providing a service, steered by the needs of schools, that represents value for money and is steeped in developing effective partnership working practices. Our associate workforce of serving school leaders work alongside our team of consultants. Together, we are committed to achieving our shared mission of:
• All pupils making at least good progress
• No underperforming cohorts
• All teachers delivering at least good learning
• All schools moving to at least the next level of successful performance.
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The cost for attending training events is covered for those schools who have chosen to buyback into our Baseline Membership for the autumn term. For others, delegate rates will apply and we will ensure charges are communicated clearly via our confirmation email, where necessary.
Rotherham Loves Reading
Rotherham Loves Reading is a celebration of our town’s love of all things reading.
Welcome to the RoSIS Directory for schools and academies from September 2021. This Directory has, as in previous years, been developed and shaped in consultation with Headteachers who show a continued commitment to a School Improvement Service that represents value for money, is steeped in developing effective partnership working practices so that no school is left behind and is responsive to your needs enabling you as system leaders to influence both content and delivery.
Y3 Writing Moderation Group Sessions
This is an ‘invitation only’ project to support LA maintained schools and stand alone academies in the robust moderation of writing in year groups other than 2 and 6.
Outstanding Teaching Assistant Programme (OTAP)
Classroom support staff will become more reflective, confident and creative through gaining a deeper understanding of classroom pedagogy. They will develop the attributes to make a significant impact on the relationships with both pupils and colleagues. This programme consists of 6 teaching & learning focused sessions with a series of post session challenges, completed over a term. The programme has been designed for online, face to face or blended facilitation.
Testimonials from delegates on OTAP from St. Bernard’s Catholic High School Rotherham about the impact the course is having on their practice.