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Case studies providing examples of how five schools have developed a range of provision to support new arrivals.
Overview of the teaching sequence for this unit, including a short summary of each phase and an overview of the main activities. The unit explores alternative versions of traditional stories and the use of images and sounds in stories. Children create their own digital story.
Introduction to the nine sections on support for day-to-day assessment in mathematics in the Primary Framework. This page also contains a link to a guidance paper that explores day-to-day assessment in mathematics in more depth.
Evaluation report outlining the work done by LAs and families of schools participating in research to explore what strengthens transfers and transitions and makes an impact on standards. It identifies key messages, significant elements of practice and implications for LAs and schools. Ref: 00083-2008 Publication date: April 2008
Guidance on improving the teaching of Shakespeare, offering links to three models of effective consultancy. The models focus on: improving transition; teaching and learning in Key Stage 4; and improving teaching and learning in Shakespeare studies in Key Stage 3.
E-learning modules to support primary and secondary school leaders and teachers to evaluate and strengthen practice in relation to transfers and transitions. The modules focus on five key aspects identified through research use of data, targeting support and intervention, continuity of learning, school ethos, and parent partnerships. Reference is made to the interactive tool 'Supporting school self-evalaution'.
Providing opportunities to reflect, resolve and practise solutions to issues facing gifted and talented (G&T) pupils and to develop action plans for various situations.
Interactive whiteboard resource to accompany the Year 5 additional text-based unit based on The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes. Includes key questions for pupils to consider and images from the text.
Notes for parents and carers on how to teach the use of a calculator to children who are moving from Year 5 into Year 6, including key learning strategy for solving problems.
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