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Collaborative area for Secondary English ITT coordinators and tutors.
Leaflets from the national training meetings that summarise the main points and are best used as part of a departmental meeting.
These materials provide a synopsis of the regulations and requirements that underpin PSA 10 (to raise the educational achievement of all children and young people) and PSA 11 (to narrow the gap in educational achievement between children from low income and disadvantaged backgrounds and their peers).
Training pack for literacy and learning developed as part of the Strategy's support for whole-school improvement. It forms part of a series of cross-curricular initiatives with a focus on learning that the Strategy is offering to schools (Ref: 0651-2004G).
Materials support training sessions run by local education authorities and include modules on secondary English and mathematics, developed in collaboration with the Key Stage 3 National Strategy.
Background information on The Minster School, where the foundation subjects have helped to engage with the National Strategy. Contains information on the audit, planning and development stages of implementing a teaching and learning strategies across the curriculum.
Links to case studies demonstrating good practice. The case studies are: developing thinking skills in RE; extending assessment for learning; improving pupil motivation and engagement; interactive assessment methods; and teaching and learning in the foundation subjects.
Series of optional modules aims to help schools evaluate and develop provision for able, gifted and talented pupils. Each module contains: Guidance for the presenter on leading the session; Pre-module task, which should be copied for all participants; Slides which can be copied on to OHT acetates or projected from a computer; Handouts which should be copied for all participants. Ref: 1036-2004 Publication date: November 2004
Progressions maps are a curriculum planning tool to support teachers in improving the progress of underachieving pupils in Years 7 to 11; They describe the pathways of progression in reading, writing and mathematics, identify the critical next learning steps for pupils and offer ideas, advice and examples for teaching. The intervention training modules are to support school leaders, teachers and support staff who are co-ordinating, planning and providing intervention in school.
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