Primary School Management: Learning from Experience: Case Studies by Primary and Middle School Headteachers

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Glossary of Terms
DES Department of Education and Science.
ERA Education Reform Act 1988.
ESL English as a Second Language.
ESRC Economic and Social Research Council. This body receives proposals for research and awards grants.
GRIDS Guidelines for Review and Internal Development in Schools. Primary School Handbook. 2nd Edition by R. Abbott, S. Steadman and M. Birchenough, Longman for Schools Curriculum Development Committee 1988.
GRIST Grant Related In-Service Training. A system of funding in service superseded by LEATGS (see below).
HMI Her Majesty's Inspectorate. The Inspectorate is appointed primarily to give professional advice to the Secretary of State and Department of Education and Science. Their terms of appointment are to the Crown and they are independent of government.
INSET In-Service Education and Training.
LEATGS Local Education Authority Training Grants Scheme. Governed by the Education (Training Grants) Regulations 1987. This scheme requires each LEA to submit annually to the DES a plan indicating their planned expenditure and sum to be spent on national priority areas (NPAs) and local priority areas (LPAs). Many LEAs have devolved part of their training budget to schools.
LMS Local Management of Schools. All secondary schools and primary schools with more than 200 on roll will have budgets delegated to them by April 1993. Headteachers and Governors will be responsible for the finance and resource management of their school under this system. The allocation of resources to individual schools has to conform to the formula which forms part of the Local Management Scheme which requires the approval of the Secretary of State.
NNEB National Nursery Examination Board.
OTTO One term training opportunity. This was a scheme to promote training whereby headteachers and teachers were released for a period of one term to engage in development programmes funded by central government and usually mounted under the auspices of institutions of higher education. Replaced in 1986 by GRIST (see above).
PTA Parent-Teacher Association.
SFSD School Focused Staff Development. This was the title of a collaborative project between East Sussex County Council and the University of Sussex funded by a grant from the ESRC (see above).
SPMG Scottish Primary Maths Group. A commercially produced mathematics scheme for Infant and Primary Schools published by Heinemann Education.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Glossary of Terms vi
  • Introduction to the Studies 1
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