Senior Leadership Teams

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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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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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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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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EYFS – Maintaining Ofsted Outstanding

by Silvia Latorraca

Key Points

  • To create an environment where the children make excellent progress as independent, robust learners.
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Wake up, Shake up! An active start to the school day

by Rachael Moss

Key Points

  • Improve punctuality in your school;
  • Enable children to start the day feeling energised and ready to learn;
  • Increase the amount of physical activity in your school without impacting curriculum time.
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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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Music in the Curriculum

by Katie Butler

Key Points

  • A whole school term-long project with song at its heart
  • Each year-group’s song is the starting-point for the term’s curriculum – culminating in performance
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KS3 New Arrivals Induction Programme

by Joanna De Regibus

Key Points

  • Students new to English and the UK are provided with an understanding of what to expect in each curriculum area
  • This outcome-driven course introduces the various teaching and learning styles they will encounter in the classroom
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