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Really Bold Beginnings

The Education Endowment Foundation latest guidance, Preparing for Literacy, has just been release.  Its seven recommendations start with a focus on the development of communication and language with approaches that emphasise spoken language and verbal interaction. Continue reading

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The 3Rs of Working with Disadvantaged Pupils

Statistically, working in a school with a large number of disadvantaged pupils of white ethnic origin isn’t likely to lead to many accolades or much acknowledgement. Blackpool is one such town; fortunately there is no all boys’ school; the hardest of the hard school improvement miles is raising attainment and showing good progress for white disadvantaged boys.

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DIY Review of Pupil Premium – Challenging C

This final part of DIY Pupil Premium Review focuses on the curriculum and careers & character; the latter could have equally been covered under A for Aspiration but I already had enough As. Continue reading

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