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Published 25th May 2018, 11:51am

The Office of Education Standards (OES) is actively seeking input from the general public on the new inspection framework, “Successful Schools and Achieving Students”, by holding district meetings and conducting social media polls via the Cayman Islands Government Facebook page.

"The idea is to provide educators, parents and community members with the standards, goals and expectations prior to an inspection, so that all stakeholders understand and agree upon what ‘Excellent’ looks like", said Office of Education Standards Chief Inspector, Peter Carpenter.

The new draft framework was developed by Mr. Peter Carpenter and his team by updating existing materials and including input from members of the Educational Council, Principals, and school staff. Now the OES is seeking feedback from parents and members of the public before finalising the document.

The framework, which applies to private as well as public schools, organises the goals of the education system into six areas.

        
  • Student achievement;
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  • Student personal and social development;
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  • Effective teaching;
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  • Curriculum quality;
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  • Safety and support of students;
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  • School leadership.

The district meetings start on Wednesday, 23 May in Cayman Brac. Most are scheduled to begin at 6 pm

with the exception of the Bodden Town meeting which starts at 6:30 pm.

See the full schedule of meetings below.

Cayman Brac Wednesday 23rd May Creek and Spot Primary School Lunchroom

West Bay, Monday 28th May Sir John A. Cumber PS. Library

George Town Tuesday 29th May John Gray HS. School Hall

East End Wednesday 30th May East End PS. School Hall

Bodden Town, Thursday 31st May Bodden Town PS. School Hall. Note that this meeting will start at 6:30 pm

North Side, Friday 1st June Edna Moyle PS. – Munley Miller Hall

To see a full copy of the draft framework click on this link

http://www.pocs.gov.ky/portal/pls/portal/docs/1/12624454.PDF and attend one of the public meetings.