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|Description||The DfE is increasingly focusing its attention on the “bottom” twenty per cent of pupils in terms of attainment and progress. Ofsted Inspectors are asking how schools are analysing the RAISEonline data to identify key groups that are under achieving and what they are doing to boost levels of motivation and learning and the impact of pupil premium funding. In this course, Trevor will reveal the strategies that outstanding schools are using to ensure all pupils make strong progress and attain. These strategies fall under two headings: • Changing learning opportunities to meet the needs of learners • Developing learners to enable them to thrive in the education system. Both strategies are considered at a whole school and classroom level. The course also examines how national strategies, such as the Achievement for All programme, have produced such impressive results in raising the progress and attainment of the bottom twenty per cent of learners.|
|Categories||Management, Out of school|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||This course will cover
• Early identification and intervention
• Raising expectations of Teachers, parents and pupils
• Understanding and tackling barriers to learning for particular groups
• Triggering and sustaining high levels of intrinsic pupil motivation
• Adapting lessons to ensure all groups and children make progress
• The Achievement for All programme and other national initiatives
• Nurture Groups
• Effective use of pupil premium funding
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|How users/participants can evaluate success||The provider has not supplied this information|
|Follow-up activities and support||The provider has not supplied this information|
|Details||This course will be delivered by Trevor Hawes
Trevor is one of the UK’s leading authorities on teaching and learning and has a growing international reputation. He is a former Assistant Director of Education with Leicestershire LEA and now heads the Optimal Learning Group and has worked with over 5,000 schools, training over 30,00 teachers.
Trevor has also worked with the DfE, LAs, clusters of schools and individual schools running conferences and training days. Trevor’s approaches to teaching support many of the government initiatives to strengthen teaching and learning such as Achievement For All and Narrowing The Gap.
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.