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Teach or Cheat

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Responding to dilemmas posed by league tables Ted Wragg directs teachers and managers using role play to provide solutions to challenging problems. Led by Professor Ted Wragg, our panel of educational experts explore...

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Springboard Maths

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A scheme designed to support KS2 children with numeracy problems We follow a teaching assistant at the Prince Albert School in Birmingham using a range of support methods with a small withdrawal group of Year 5 stude...

Attendance and Punctuality: Rewarding Attendance

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How the Karrot Rewards scheme improves attendance in Southwark The Karrot Rewards scheme was set up in 2001 after a police report said that truanting kids in Southwark, London felt bored, unappreciated and saw school...

Monitoring Early Progress

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Discover various assessment methods at three Early Years centres Clapham Manor Children's Centre understands the importance of assessing the children to ensure that they are developing and progressing to their full p...

Foundations of Global Morality with Mary Warnock

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Baroness Warnock examines the need for a global morality In this public lecture at the RSA, Baroness Warnock makes an extensive, carefully constructed case for the need for a global morality that extends beyond natio...

KS1/2 Drama – A Workshop with Cecily O’Neill

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An expert drama teacher offers practical tips for teachers Dr. Cecily O'Neill, an internationally-renowned expert on the use of drama in education, runs a workshop with Year 4 children, holds a discussion group with ...

Attendance and Punctuality: Carrots and Sticks

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Using the carrot and stick approach to improve attendance When Jill Hislop arrived at Haywood school in Nottingham as the new head teacher, attendance and punctuality were poor and many children felt school was not f...

Storytelling: Miserly Farmer

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A Punjabi story for KS1 creative writing and storytelling This Punjabi story offers the first couple of minutes of a traditional story performed with shadow puppets. The story sets up the basic plot, introduces the m...

Evaporation and Condensation – Robinson Crusoe Makes Drinking Water

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KS2 science video: collect water by evaporation and condensation This short clip provides an imaginative context for investigating the purification of water, using evaporation and distillation. It is ideal for use as...

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KS3 Cross Curricular – Bath Bombs and Rockets

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An AST takes a cross curricular approach to topics Science AST Alison Tiltman is keen to work closely with other departments and encourage cross curricular learning. Combining science, design and technology, and math...

KS3 Science – Ready to Learn

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How the topic of readiness to learn can be used to make pupils more aware of their own learning environments What factors affect pupils' readiness to learn? And how can we properly test those factors? Holly Power an...

KS3/4 RE – Integrating Art

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An RE teacher puts her art workshop skills to the test Incorporating art into Religious Education can be an intimidating prospect, especially if you're no artist. But Angela Saunders, one of the teachers from the KS...

Rewards and Incentives

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Primary teachers discuss the best ways to reward pupils Stickers, housepoints, buttons and marbles - how can you reward the pupils in your class? The key is consistency. Eight teachers from schools across the UK talk...

Bowling Park Primary School, Bradford

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Mick sees how a school uses its two sites to its advantage Bowling Park Primary in Bradford is an amalgamation of two schools, one of which was formerly in special measures. Recently arrived head Stuart Herrington ha...

Japan – Teaching Respect and Manners

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What role do Japanese schools play in encouraging good manners? Japanese children are well known for being well-behaved and polite. In two Tokyo schools, Suginami Dai Elementary and Koenji Junior High, we find out wh...

Primary RE – Being Reflective

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A KS1 RE lesson teaches pupils how to be reflective KS1 children at Wolsey House Primary in Leicester are learning to be reflective. They start by looking at some of teacher Michelle Green's holiday photos - places t...

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Violence

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An insight into the effects of extreme bullying on one teenager Not every school will have experience of violent bullying, but this shocking account by a 15-year-old boy demonstrates how far bullying can go if left u...

Disability

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How differences in appearance can trigger bullying episodes Bullying can affect children at any age, but the transition from primary to secondary school is a particularly delicate one. Bullied is a series of assemb...

Appearance

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How differences in appearance can trigger bullying episodes Bullying can affect children at any age, but the transition from primary to secondary school is a particularly delicate one. Bullied is a series of assembl...

Homophobia

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A teenager shares his experience of homophobic bullying Bullying affects almost every school. Homophobic language is commonplace in schools across Britain. Bullied is a series of assembly starters for secondary and p...

Disability Equality – Dealing with Bullying

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Tackling the problem of pupils with disabilities being bullied Any pupil could be picked on by a bully but the chances of being targeted are much greater for those with disabilities. According to a survey conducted ...