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Guidance on inclusive, quality-first teaching and Wave 2 and 3 interventions to help pupils make effective progress. This document includes sections on 'Gifted and Talented pupils', 'Supporting English as Additional Language learners (EAL)' and 'Pupils with special educational needs (SEN), learning difficulties and disabilities (LDD)'.
Narrowing the Gaps in science focuses upon underachievement by several clearly identified groups. Raising the bar ensures that equity of provision leads to better outcomes for all
The learning discussion: A strategy to support better progress for underperforming groups in science
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Outline of the key things a school improvement partner (SIP) should look for in terms of the schools performance in science, what constitutes poor practice and an overview of the Government document Science and innovation investment framework 20042014: next steps.
Guidance providing practical suggestions on planning, possible teaching activities, lesson objectives and learning outcomes for pupils who make less than expected progress in science. Associated with this guidance are several charts (Accessing the key scientific ideas, Examples of what pupils with special educational needs could do at each P level), for scientific enquiry and each key scientific idea, to exemplify possible learning outcomes and pupils' responses to Key Stage 3 science activities. Ref: 0273-2004 Publication date: February 2004
Introduction to working with pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN).
Introduction to the Aiming High: Raising the achievement of minority ethnic pupils national strategy. The strategy includes: mainstreaming initiatives and targeted support focusing on developing strong leadership in schools; high-quality teaching and learning; high expectations to succeed in pupils and teachers; Intolerance of racism; and working with parents and the wider community.
These materials are from the summer 2006 secondary science subject leader development meeting (SLDM). This pack contains handouts and presentations on: using the middle leaders' self-evaluation guide; securing progression; teaching How Science Works. These materials are designed for subject leaders to use with departments. Ref: 0274-2006 Publication date: May 2006
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