September 2015

Assessment

Podcast - How To Measure The Impact Of Your Behaviour Interventions

SNAP-B recently appeared on the School Behaviour Secrets Podcast to share how SNAP-B can be used to measure the impact of behaviour interventions.

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Assessment

Postcode lottery for accessing SEND support

A new study from the Education Policy Institute (EPI), funded by the Nuffield Foundation, highlights how children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are identified and supported varies nationally.

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Assessment

The impact of school closures on primary attainment & planning for the spring term

Ladybrook Primary School and St Barnabas C of E Primary School discuss how they've identified the impact of school closures on attainment and their plans for the spring term.

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Curriculum

‘Lessons from lockdown’ highlights gains from eduu.school technology

4 minute read: The All Party Parliamentary Group on Education Technology released their report 'Lessons from Lockdown' this week, summarising evidence of ‘what worked’ when schools had to quickly roll out remote learning during the 2020 lockdown. Here’s a short summary of how eduu.school is leading emerging best practice.

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Curriculum

Why we love using the Online Library at home

Daniel (age 10) and Bella (age 7) have been using the Reading Planet Online Library during school closures. In this video, they explain why they enjoy using the resource and how it supports them with their reading at home. 

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Curriculum

Moving forward at the Victorious Academies Trust

Children will be returning to the classroom full time on 8th March. For everybody this is an exciting time as well as one filled with questions. Bev Allford, School Improvement Officer at Victorious Academies Trust, shares her Trust's approach to supporting thier community’s safe and comfortable return.

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Curriculum

5 ways to use Read in to Writing in a blended way

4 minute read: Blended learning represents an opportunity to personalise learning, but teachers need resources that are easily adaptable to meet the needs of all children.  Series Editor Maddy Barnes explains how flexible reading and writing series Read in to Writing, can be used in a  blended way.

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Curriculum

Introducing the NEW Rocket Phonics Teaching & Learning Programme

We're thrilled to announce our new Rocket Phonics teaching and learning programme which launches in May. Author Abigail Steel explains why it's the perfect time for schools to try something different in phonics and gives an insight into what to expect from the new programme. 

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Assessment

Pupil wellbeing and the pupil voice in the return to school

In the return to school, when pupil wellbeing will be more important than ever, what can teachers do to build a picture of how their pupils are feeling and identify those who might need further support?  The Westborough school share how they have assessed pupils attitudes to learning before and during lockdown.

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Curriculum

Geography Games - Doorstep discovery alongside capitals, continents and your compass!

We asked Rising Stars Geography Author Anthony Barlow to put together some Geography games that parents can play at home to support their children's geographical understanding and take them out into the wider world even if they can't physically go far. 

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