Teachers

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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Camden Cultural Commissioning Project: GCSE Art at Camden Centre for Learning

by Ashley Summercorn

Key Points

  • Central St Martin’s College of Art works with CCfL students
  • Practical outcome in terms of GCSE course work, as well as wider learning experiences
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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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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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Personal Finance Education for schools: Welcome to the Town of Edith Neville

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Key Points

  • A hands on, interactive way of deveoloping your pupils’ Personal Finance Education?
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Effective learning and teaching in the Early Years

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Key Points

  • Camden Early Years Learning Cluster improved children’s progress/attainment
  • Practitioners’ expertise facilitated setting-to-setting support and improvement in practitioner knowledge/skills
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Using the Growth Mind-set approach to narrow the gap

by Gwenneth Lee

Key Points

Our aim was to use evidence based practice to close the attainment gap between children entitled to Pupil Premium and others

 

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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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