Monthly Archives: July 2019

Two things to bear in mind when looking at new exclusions data – Education Datalab blog

It’s worth digging under the surface of these latest figures Continued here: https://ift.tt/2LIyCXt

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Engelmann’s ‘Teaching Needy Kids in Our Backward System’ (another synopsis)

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The curriculum: Intent, implementation and impact – David Didau: The Learning Spy

This article first appeared in the marvellous free periodical, Teach Secondary. Do pop over and subscribe.  Most teachers will be aware that Ofsted is launching a new inspection framework this… Continued here https://ift.tt/2LC46P3

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Whole-School Poetry at GYCA

Originally posted on The Traditional Teacher:
The Charge of the Light Brigade by Richard Caton Woodville, Jr. (1856-1927) At Great Yarmouth Charter Academy, we always have a poem or a speech which all staff and pupils are working on learning together.…

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You have to make faces at it!

thinkingreadingwritings It was a hot, noisy, dusty building site. I was working on a construction project in Wellington during the university summer holidays. There was more concrete pouring due soon, and the carpenters and labourers were all busy. I was … Continue reading

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Hirsch’s ‘Why knowledge matters’ (incredibly short synopsis)

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Can anything be done about boys’ reading? – Education Datalab blog

What are the main findings from FFT’s KS2 Early Results Service? Continued here: https://ift.tt/2JP3Zwo

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Long-term outcomes: What happened to those pupils who missed out on a grade C in English or maths at age 16? – Education Datalab blog

Looking at the higher education, employment and earnings outcomes of these pupils. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2YU8UCo

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Long-term outcomes: How do they differ for pupils who go to grammar schools and pupils who go to independent schools? – Education Datalab blog

Comparing the higher education, employment and earnings outcomes of the pupils who attend these two types of schools. Continued here: https://ift.tt/2jZyO8R

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Is it wrong to teach children how to hold a pencil?

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