Early Years Pupil Premium case study and guidance
A case study can be used to evidence both quantitative and qualitative information. It will allow you to celebrate success that is not always immediately evident in summative data. A case study can provide evidence of the effective use of funding on strategies to improve attendance, parental engagement, behaviour and attitudes to learning: measures that will have a positive impact on outcomes over time.
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‘Up to and including key stage 3, prioritisation within subjects of the most important components for progression is likely to be more effective than removing subjects…(DfE Guidance for full opening…School improvement, Teaching & Learning 28 September 2020
As the business of governance resumes this term we look at diversity, clerking and finance PLUS the ‘return of Ofsted’!Teaching & Learning 28 September 2020
Buckle up and get ready for a smoother journey to multiplication success! Rachael Brown examines how using the principles of learning to drive and the ‘learn, rehearse, recall, assess’ model can put…Disadvantaged & Vulnerable, School improvement, Assessment, Medium term, Scheme of work, Subject leadership, Subject knowledge 22 September 2020