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News of recently published resources for teaching gifted and talented (G&T) children, including continuing professional development (CPD) modules, case studies and flyers setting out classroom standards. These resources are followed by a summary of planned publications, including more CPD modules, guidance for a whole school approach, and planned local authority (LA) quality standards for this area.
Information on the Gifted and Talented resources that are available.
Details of forthcoming resources available to secondary programmes.
The summer 2009 e-newsletter tells you what's happening, what's new and what's coming up in 2009-10.
Pupils eligible for free school meals; the ABC project.
Children and young people in care and the Devon approach
The Classroom Quality Standards for Gifted and Talented education: A subject focus is currently being used by schools and teachers as a self-evaluation and improvement tool. Many local authorities (LAs) have initiated pilot projects in volunteer schools to trial effective approaches.
Working with the Classroom Quality Standards (CQS) to address underachievement by ensuring good progress of more able gifted and talented pupils in English
Many leading teachers are developing effective practice and expertise which they share through their local authority (LA) Gifted and Talented (G+T) network meetings.
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