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Switched on Computing wins the ERA award for Best Whole Curriculum Subject Resource including ICT

Switched on Computing wins the ERA award for Best Whole Curriculum Subject Resource including ICT Read more »

Your March Fractions Challenge

Following on from the article on fractions, here are some ideas for exploring equivalence.

 

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An update on our exciting collaboration with Classroom Monitor!

We are delighted 7,000 of you have already downloaded the Rising Stars Progression Frameworks. At Rising Stars we are dedicated to supporting schools through this time of unprecedented change and hope these whole-school frameworks are making life free from levels that little bit easier.

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Approaches to fractions and equivalence

In this month's maths article from Caroline Clissold, we'll be looking at fractions and in particular approaching equivalence. 

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Learn to Code Competition

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Working Memory and Classroom Learning

Working memory refers to our ability to store and process information. We use it all day, every day, as it provides us with important processes for reasoning and comprehension and so is particularly important for children’s learning. 

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The new Programme of Study for science

Thanks to Tara Mawby, Editor of the ASE’s Primary Science Journal for this blog on science in the new National Curriculum. Read more »

Why the Hodder Reception Baseline Assessment was ideal for Woodstock Primary

In this short video we visit Woodstock C of E Primary School, to talk to Assistant Headteacher Anne Hipwell about how the Hodder Reception Baseline Assessment supports her and her students.

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Why choose a paper-based Reception Baseline Assessment?

So what is special about the Hodder Reception Baseline Assessment compared to the other Reception Baseline Assessments on the shortlist, and what are the benefits of this paper-based approach?

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Teacher-led commission announced

The government has announced that a teacher-led commission is to be established to enable primary schools to move away from the levels system of assessment.

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