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School sports collaborative – inclusive sports festival

by Paul Lambert

Key Points

  • Provides opportunity for competitive sport for all children, not only talented
  • Easy-to-resource sports involve all
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Multimedia Advocacy

by Alex Yates

Key Points

  • Multimedia Advocacy is a really effective way of using media to communicate the wants and needs of children, young people through the use of video, image, sound and picture esp those with a large number of professionals involved across a number of sectors
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Moving into compact methods of calculation – procedure versus conceptual understanding.

by Kate Frood

Key Points

  • Compact methods sooner?
  • Procedure versus conceptual understanding
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Increasing physical activity and improving physical education at St Joseph’s Primary

by Katie Stewart

Key Points

  • Increase the amount of physical activity of your pupils
  • Improve the quality of teaching of physical education
  • Make best use of your PE and Sport Premium Funding
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Implementing strategies for efficient and impactful peer feedback and improvement in Year 1

by David Benham

Key Points

  • Develop peer assessment and specific feedback in young children
  • Improve communication skills
  • Develop time efficient, impactful feedback sessions for a range of attainment levels
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Raising reading attainment through quality speaking and listening in Years 3 & 4

by Rebecca Ryan

Key Points

Reading, speaking and listening are inextricably linked. We noticed comprehension was limited by poor speaking and listening skills.

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Our learning journey together

by Angela Deller

Key Points

  • Camden Early Years Learning Cluster – Lesson Study action research
  • One participant’s experience in Early Years lesson study
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Using Transitions Effectively To Maximise Learning Time

by Sophie Klimt

Key Points

How to use transition times to increase learning opportunities, rather than just manage them. Focuses on the use of chants as ways to embed key number facts, as the children move around the classroom.

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One-to-one iPads – embedding IT across all teaching and learning

by Rob Earrey

Key Points

  • Using iPads to engage and excite all learners; truly embedding IT across all teaching and learning
  • Using iPads as teaching and learning tool NOT just as a presentational tool; preparing children for careers and IT in work
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Curriculum Development at Torriano Primary School

by Susan Bush

Key Points

  • UNICEF’s Rights Respecting Schools Award Programme underpins the whole school ethos and is central to our curriculum development;
  • Innovative, whole-school themes are planned each term involving all stakeholders
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