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Vertical Tutoring

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How introducing vertical tutoring has changed one school An assistant headteacher shares her experience of implementing vertical tutoring - where form groups contain students from different year groups. Virginia Gree...

Classroom Seating

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How classroom layout can help maximise pupils' learning How should teachers organise their classrooms to maximise pupils? learning? There are some tried and tested formulas ? straight rows, grouped work at tables or ...

The Incompetent Teacher

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An imaginary scenario involving an incompetent teacher In the 'What If>?' series, teachers and managers role play solutions to challenging problems, with Ted Wragg chairing the discussion. How does a Headteacher deci...

Suspected Abuse

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Ted Wragg moderates an imaginary scenario about physical abuse Teachers and managers role-play solutions to challenging problems with Ted Wragg chairing the discussion. They look at the actions taken when a headteach...

Gangs

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An expert panel discuss gang-related incidents in schools Using an imaginary case study, Mike Baker asks an expert panel of pracititioners how they would tackle escalating gang related incidents within their school. ...

Getting Parents Into Schools

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How one school has engaged parents and communities A headteacher talks about ways of developing strong relationships between parents and schools. Paramjit Bhutta, from Stepney Green School, discusses how his school h...

Gay Teachers

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Examining whether schools are supportive enough of LGBT teachers There are estimated to be more than 25,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) teachers in the UK. Research has shown that 99% of them are to...

Unqualified Success?

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A proposal to appoint non-teaching staff as heads is evaluated PriceWaterhouseCoopers has recently published a report for the DCSF suggesting that the state sector should consider allowing people without teaching qua...

Back on Track – KS3 English

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Exploring the reasons and remedies for underachievement A major piece of qualitative research commissioned by the DCSF in 2006 asked KS2 and 3 pupils who were not achieving their potential, what they thought was hold...