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Unlocking potential - raising ethnic minority attainment at Key Stage 3

Publication date:
Nov 2002
Coordinator, Deputy headteacher, EMA consultant, EMA manager, Headteacher, Lead intervention teacher
Ethnic minority achievement, Guidance, Self evaluation, Training, Training materials, Preventing underachievement
Training guide


This publication is available as a PDF file (405 KB).

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This publication contains materials designed to assist governor training and for leading a staff training day. The module is designed to last 1 hour 30 minutes, thus allowing it to be used as a twilight training session.

There is a pre-course task, which will help the process of school evaluation; if this cannot be completed before the training session, it will be necessary to extend the time by approximately 20 minutes.

The module offers the opportunity to consider the case study of one of three schools. However, the module is structured so that key themes can be tracked across the three case studies, should a school wish to concentrate on any of these in more depth.

NB Unfortunately the accompanying video for this resource is no longer available.

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