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This is a cross-phase activity which requires trainees to look in detail at Case Studies of successful multi-ethnic schools. As well as developing their understanding of effective practice, the activity also aims to highlight the value of working in collaborative groups, particularly, although not exclusively, when working with EAL pupils, and also provides an opportunity for trainees to develop...
This session examines the experiences of 5 working class children who move on to secondary schools at the bottom of the LEA league tables. It examines how the children deal with such negative labelling and their own perspectives on schooling.
Report on activities local education authorities are engaged in to support the delivery of QTS standards in diversity. Includes six case studies.
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# In response to a high level of pupil mobility and increased migration, the DCSF has produced guidance to support both primary and secondary schools in welcoming new arrivals and teaching them successfully.
National Refugee Integration Forum website guidance published by the Home Office, in partnership with the Department for Education.
# Guidance on practical strategies and solutions teachers can deploy to promote equality in schools. Includes case studies.
Information relating to the duty on all maintained schools in England to promote community cohesion and Ofsted to report on the contributions made in this area.
# This guidance, published by the DCSF in 2009, is aimed at practitioners working across the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The guidance materials, which consist of a booklet and a DVD-ROM, encourage reflection on the quality of the provision made in EY settings for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) children and their families.
Module 6 provides a rationale, linked to research, for using home languages in the literacy hour and case studies of successful practice
Review of a resource which illustrates how global and anti-racist perspectives can be integrated within the primary curriculum. Includes activities for use by ITE providers.
Guidance on strategies to improve parental involvement as well as case studies of effective practice. Also summary of key research on parental involvement as a key factor in pupil's attainment.
A website from the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) that aims to helpteachers respond to the needs of children newly arrived from overseas.
# A free booklet and accompanying DVD published by the DCSF (National Strategies) containing three case studies of primary schools describing good practice in supporting the learning of Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils.
A report of current practice in ITE pedagogy and the identification of needs of Gypsy Traveller pupils. Includes case studies of effective practice.
National overview of support for asylum seeker and refugee pupils. Includes case studies of local authorities with good strategies and interventions for supporting the children.
Results of research conducted with three Welsh LEAs with considerable numbers of asylum seeker and refugee children.
Report outlining practical proposals for building integration and cohesion at a local level. Includes case studies illustrating examples of local good practice.
# This document offers clear guidance on the planning and delivery of Religious Education to take account of new social imperatives and curriculum change.
Website providing guidance on planning for the inclusion of mobile pupils (those arriving or leaving outside normal times throughout the year) to the benefit of all pupils.