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One-to-one tuition toolkit
- Publication date:
- Feb 2009
- Headteacher, Local authority staff, National Strategies consultant, Teacher
- Aspects of learning, Extended learning, Personalised learning, Individual support, Initial teacher training (ITT)
- Toolkit, Key document
This publication is available in a ZIP file (1.6 MB). (The contents of this zip file can be downloaded from the attachments area to the right.)
Ensuring that the right support is in place for all children, regardless of class or social background is important in closing the attainment gap. For those who can afford it, individual tuition has always been the preferred method of additional support for pupils not achieving their potential.
While the current catch-up arrangements are effective for many, the DCSF know that they are not working for all pupils. Some need a level of support which is beyond their control to deliver in the context of whole class or small groups. Without an individualised approach it will be very hard for this group to make the progress needed to achieve their full potential.
Even in the personalised classroom, the Department know that some pupils would benefit, at key moments, from an intensive burst of individual tuition, which the class teacher can guide and reinforce, but simply does not have the time to deliver.
This pack contains everything that a tutor will need to plan and deliver an effective one-to-one tuition session.
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In this section
- Gifted and Talented education: Guidance on addressing underachievement Planning a whole-school approach
- Guidance paper: Calculation
- Introduction to Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP)
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project Bradford College
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project Kingston University
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project Liverpool John Moores University
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project University of Exeter
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project University of Winchester
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project University of Wolverhampton
- Leading partners in mathematics: Pilot project University of the West of England, Bristol
- Making effective use of Numbers and patterns: laying foundations in mathematics CPD
- Mathematical vocabulary checklists: Reception to Year 6
- Number concepts
- One-to-one tuition toolkit
- Using ICT to explore and model mathematics: Number dials ITP CPD
- Using ICT to explore and model mathematics: Twenty cards ITP CPD