Instructional Coaching - exploring the 7 principles of partnership Following on from my article of last week Instructional Coaching - a pedagogy for learning I want to explore the principles of partnership that underpin the theoretical framework that explains why...
Crossing the Transition Bridge from KS2 to KS3 – Digital Download
Creating seamless learning from primary to secondary has a significant impact on the rest of a pupil’s school life.
How to foster partnerships and ensure a learning platform that builds on prior learning and prepares pupils for year 7 and beyond
How will this course benefit you?
There is a well-researched dip in performance of learners during transition from the end year 6 to the end of year 7 of anything up to 40%. Imagine turning this around so that dip is turned into an increase in learning and achievement. In this course we look at strategies that can improve the process of transition especially focusing on learning, creating curriculum cohesion, greater opportunities for partnership working and managing change for pupils.
Creating seamless learning across the transition bridge has a significant impact on the rest of a pupil’s secondary school life. We use outstanding research and innovative ideas to strengthen partnerships and ensure pupils build on prior learning, deepen their knowledge and continue to remain competent in a range of skills that pupils were taught and have practised from early years to year 6.
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