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Planning for Dinosaurs – how we put pedagogy into practice

by Helen Holgate

Key Points

  • Camden Early Years Learning Cluster – Lesson Study action research
  • One participant’s experience in EY lesson study
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Singing from the same song sheet

by Joy Morgan

Key Points

  • A bespoke vision of outstanding Parli teaching, outstanding Parli learning and ‘perfect’ Parli parenting
  • Shared throughout the whole school community and integrated into every aspect of Parli life
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Mindfulness – A whole school approach, Rhyl Primary

by Lee James

Key Points

  • The impact of Mindfulness sessions on classes across KS 1 and 2, a lunchtime Mindfulness colouring club, and an offer to all staff.
  • By having regular lessons and daily class input from teachers, we wanted to develop the wellbeing and resilience of pupils, as well as providing a course for staff interested in taking up the offer.
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Pupil Premium: Closing the gaps in English

by Kelly Smith

Key Points

  • Structuring staffing in KS1 to maximise effective teaching
  • Teaching assistants freeing teachers for quality interaction 1:1 with pupils
  • Building nurturing relationships
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Using Thinking Cards to improve mental wellbeing

by Mike Kelly

Key Points

  • The “Thinking Cards” were developed to help young people improve their mental wellbeing utilising techniques from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness.
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How scaffolds can effectively support children in their development of spoken reasoning in maths

by Chloe Pearson

Key Points

The skills of reasoning are key to creating successful mathematicians. Internalisation of these skills is the first step but the ability to voice your ideas is key to truly deep understanding.

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Increasing fruit and water consumption at Primrose Hill Primary School March-July 2015

by Rachael Biddulph

Key Points

  • KS2 survey showed only 3% of pupils ate fruit and 53% drank water at morning break
  • To increase healthy eating, Camden Health Improvement Team supported the School Council to become Mini Health Champions
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Mile a Day

by Harriet Williams

Key Points

  • Increase pupils’ fitness
  • Reduce obesity and prevent lifestyle diseases
  • Improve social, emotional and mental wellbeing
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Careers Event at Christ Church, NW3

by LH

Key Points

Develop a greater understanding of available career choices

Raise the children’s aspirations

Develop pupils’ knowledge of particular careers

Chance to interact with a range of professionals

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Anti-Bullying Champions at Rhyl Primary School

by Julia Stainton

Key Points

“Pupils have high levels of respect of one another’s differences and demonstrate outstanding behaviour both in lessons and throughout the school. “
Challenge Partners Review March 2017

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