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Behaviour and attendance: Using family Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) to promote attendance
Case study from Wild Bank Community School, Tameside, focusing on introducing restorative practices when dealing with behaviour challenges, to reduce the number of exclusions and also to reduce the percentage of pupils with persistent absence, using Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) materials to build and develope effective relationships with carers.
Moving beyond the floor target: Report on what made the difference in 20 previously low-attaining primary schools
Report on what made the difference in 20 previously low-attaining primary schools. Identifies what made the difference in these 20 schools and captures their success. Majority of the schools were involved in the Improving Schools Programme (ISP) and all the schools worked in partnership with their local authorities (LAs) to bring about improvement making use of the tools and processes of ISP.
Evaluation of the Intensifying Support Pilot (ISP) pilot, designed to offer a package of support and professional development to schools that have low achievement (as measured by National Curriculum tests) in literacy and mathematics.
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