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Team Heroes at Holy Trinity and St Silas Primary

by Rebecca Hall

Key Points

“This whole school buddy system has transformed relationships across the school. It has enabled every child to feel a valued and cared for member of the school community and it ensures that every child has a voice beyond their class room.” Lorraine Dolan (Headteacher)

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A mentoring and coaching approach to staff development

by Carolyn Harvey

Key Points

  • Joint practice development through mentoring and coaching
  • Teachers and practitioners are supported to reflect on their own practice
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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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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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Analytical Writing in year 10 Media Studies

by Idowu Ogunlabi

Key Points

  • Enabling students to analyse complex media texts independently, making reference to issues of representation using accurate media terminology
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Student co-planners

by Joy Morgan

Key Points

  • A student leadership initiative to co-plan lessons with teachers
  • In four years, 200 teachers from London schools have co-planned with students
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Linking nutrition, growing food and developing cooking skills to improve healthy behaviours.

by Matthew Western

Key Points

  • Our school recognises the important relationships between nutrition, growing food and developing cooking skills. Linking these areas has helped achieve our aim to change mind sets and help improve healthy behaviours for our school community
  • Delivering a comprehensive practical cooking and nutrition programme, encouraging food growing, establishing our Food Waste Café, promoting sustainability and working closely with our families have been key aspects of our work
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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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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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