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Twenty LAs were involved in the 'Using ICT in Early Years Project'. The main thrust of the project was to support the raising of childrens achievements in ICT capability within the Early Years. Bath and Somersets ICT project aim was to celebrate child initiated learning and to find ways to explore outcomes for children through documentation.
Case study of ten schools in Greenwich that implemented pupil progress meetings as part of the Intensifying Support Pilot.
Intensifying Support Programme (ISP): Southampton Supporting engagement in learning through the ISP
Case study on the Behaviour and Attendance pilot, initially developed in Southampton. The approach has proved successful when integrated with ISP in raising standards.
Outline of the benefits and practices involved with pupil tracking, which ensures that a school is able to measure and record pupils' actual attainment in a systematic way throughout each pupil's time in a school.
A briefing on the National Healthy Schools Programme, a joint initiative between DCSF and Department of Health, which promotes a whole school / whole child approach to health.
A briefing on the Common Assessment Framework (CAF), a nationally standard approach to conducting an assessment of the needs of a child or young person and deciding how they should be met.
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