Our Approach

Redearth Education is a volunteer-led organisation delivering teacher training directly to government primary schools. Working closely with the District Education Office, our education programmes focus on positive pupil outcomes, sustainability, collaboration and local governance.

Volunteer-led

Volunteer-led

Volunteer-led

Local governance

Volunteer-led

Volunteer-led

Our theory of change

Goal

Sustainable improvements in pupil’s learning outcomes.

Route

A CPD Programme and an enabling environment is developed which is resilient to changes in school staffing including both teachers and leadership.

Teaching quality

4

We develop enough teachers teaching at a high enough level to provide a tipping point where change can be sustained.

3

Lead Teachers will be in the position to effect change by building the capacity of teachers within their own schools and in other schools.

2

Model Classrooms / Practitioners will be created within schools.

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We build the capacity of identified lead practitioners in schools to make changes in their teaching.

School leadership

4

We build the capacity of school leaders to facilitate change.

3

More effective school leadership will develop.

2

School Leaders will be in the position to support change within their school and support other schools.

1

We develop a school ethos of change.

Recognition & motivation

4

All interactions are positive and supportive and there exists a mechanism for recognising “good teaching.”

3

Lead teacher and school leaders will be encouraged and motivated.

2

Enabling environments for change will be developed.

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All teachers will be encouraged and motivated.

District support

4

Gain agreement and support from the District Education department to encourage and support the implemention, the programme can be obtained.

3

Lead Teachers will be in a position to be released and effect change by building the capacity within other schools.

2

District Inspectors can monitor and support change within their own roles.

1

Local organisation

4

Build the capacity of a local organisation to support and monitor change.

3

Lead Teachers can be supported by local organisation.

2

Whole school change can be monitored and supported by local organisation.

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District change can be monitored and supported by local organisation.

Monitoring & evaluation

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Ensure effective M&E is put in place to measure and celebrate change.

3

Changes in the quality of teaching and learning in lead teachers classrooms can be measured and celebrated.

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Changes in quality of teaching and learning across schools can be measured and celebrated.

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Changes in quality of teaching and learning across districts can be measured and celebrated at a ministry/regional level.

How we're achieving this through our work