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Posted on Thu, 08/10/2015 - 14:13 by Morwenna
We caught up with Deputy Head Michael Tidd at the start of term to ask him what his priorities were for the year ahead and how he intended to tackle them. Here is what he kindly shared with us.

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Posted on Thu, 08/10/2015 - 10:32 by Morwenna
Children who are at the end of Key Stage 2 in May 2016 will be the first to be assessed against the new national curriculum. Ahead of the new national tests, the Standards and Testing Agency have released statutory guidance for head teachers and local authority co-ordinators. The guidance includes the key changes to the new Key Stage 2 national tests and the updated reporting and assessment arrangements. Full guidance from the Standards and Testing Agency can be found here .
Posted on Thu, 01/10/2015 - 10:25 by Leah White
SEN London
The TES SEN Show 2015 is fast approaching, and we're very excited! Make sure that you've signed up to the event, and the fantastic TeachMeet planned for Friday 9th October after the show.
Posted on Wed, 30/09/2015 - 17:28 by Morwenna
MeeMo Thinking Child
Difficulties with Working Memory can create barriers to children achieving in reading, writing, maths, and learning across the curriculum.
Posted on Wed, 30/09/2015 - 10:30 by Olivia
Join Rising Stars and the National Science Learning Centre for a free online science CPD course on Working Scientifically! We are delighted to invite you to a free online science CPD course hosted by Rising Stars and the National Science Learning Centre. This course will explain what working scientifically means in the new curriculum and will provide practical activities to support you in the classroom. All attendees of the complete course will receive a CPD certificate of attendance from the NSLC.