Personalised Learning at GCSE: Whole School Issues

A look at personalised learning in a large comprehensive This programme explores what personalised learning means in the GCSE years at one large comprehensive. We reveal some of the ways Winchmore School in north London is working to ensure all its Year 10 and 11 students are engaged in their learning by meeting the diverse needs, interests and aptitudes of individuals.
The programme includes a look at the school’s work with an African/ Caribbean boys group, its mentoring programme for CD borderline students and the special provision it makes for Gifted and Talented maths students.

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