For teacher sub-standard 2a, you need to demonstrate that you are consistently accountable for pupils’ attainment, progress and outcomes.
The types of evidence you can use to showcase this are:
Pupil progress meetings – including teachers’ own analysis of data, impact &progress of vulnerable groups
Intervention & impact – evidence of interventions in place Even if outcomes or progress is limited, is there evidence of actions?
APP & teachers’ records
Exam and test outcomes
Lesson observation formative feedback and post-observation
Learners’ views, pupil conferencing & knowledge of targets
Parents’/ carers’ views – evidence of meetings
IEP reviews, Personal Support Plans
Progress against targets - teacher tracking
Students responses to written feedback
Teachers’ data packs
Case studies for individual pupils or groups
Book scrutiny; marking in books & indicating next steps
Planning scrutiny - planning that reflects gaps analysis/data interpretation
Learning journals, class scrapbook
EYFS profile data
External input – SIA observations, etc.
“Sign off day” – teacher giving evidence to next year’s teacher
Pupil voice: ‘I have met my target’
An annotated seating plan, EHCP or IEP (sometimes known as a learner passport) would also help with this. Photographs of your marking records or write ups of pupil progress meetings would also help to show evidence of this. Make sure that you anonymise any student names included on the documentation you upload.
Remember that the evidence in isolation isn’t enough, you will need to annotate it to signpost exactly where/how you are meeting the standard.