- 1 Primary e-newsletter: Summer 2009
- 2 Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP)
- 3 Literacy Programme (including ECaR and ECaW)
- 4 Mathematics programme
- 5 School Improvement Partners (SIPs)
- 6 Improving Schools Programme (ISP)
- 7 Communication, Language and Literacy Development (CLLD)
- 8 Narrowing the Gaps - ESCGA
- 9 Gifted and talented (G&T)
- 10 Special Educational Needs (SEN)
- 11 Behaviour, Attendance and Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (B&A and SEAL)
- 12 Modern Foreign Languages (MFL)
- 13 Transfer and Transition (T&T)
- 14 What Works Well
- 15 Using data for Improvement
Message from the National Director
Welcome to the summer edition of the e-newsletter. I hope you like the new format designed to help you access all the information in the most efficient way possible through the National Strategies area of the Standards site.
The Strategy Manager and School Improvement Manager meetings in April 2009 will help us to work with you on how the National Strategies core offer in Primary (including Framework CPD this term focusing on improving pedagogy) can help to support the school improvement strategy in your LA.
Employing fit for purpose pedagogy to boost progress and close gaps in learning.
This newsletter is designed to provide information about the developments that have taken place this term, shown under subject and programme sections to facilitate use as well as information about plans and resources for the future.
I know that many of you will want to read some or all of this newsletter before our meeting with you – I think that will help to get the most out of our time together. I look forward to working with you again over the summer term.
Pete Dudley, National Director, Primary
The Primary Framework on the National Strategies area of the Standards site
As I hope many colleagues know, we have now fully launched the Primary Framework as part of the National Strategies web offer. I am delighted to say that since the switchover, visits and downloads have increased with particular interest shown in the primary assessing pupils' progress (APP) materials.
Read FAQs about the Primary Framework area of the National Strategies website.