Guest Blogger: @thenumberverse NEED BEFORE FEED: I Don’t Have A Question For Your Answer. How well should we expect pupils to listen, engage, and try? Why should they, over and above a sense of duty? Let’s say you start a lesson…

Guestblogger: @gareth_metcalfe A few years ago I had a year 6 class which included some very able, enthusiastic and strong-willed learners (the best kind!). They would engage well in maths, unquestionably making great progress and always thriving on challenge. However, I…

Guest blogger: @tambotaylor Level 6 Maths Two years ago I took over as headteacher of Park Hill Primary school in Coventry and like all schools it had its strengths and areas for development. One particular area that needed fine tuning was…

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Below is a useful summary of how to respond to pupil answers in the classroom. It is very important that as educators we can handle pupil responses effectively and maximise outcomes. We need to make sure we demonstrate that we…

How do I work effectively with my Teaching Learning Support Assistant in the classroom? Making sure that you work effectively with your Teacher Assistant or Learning Support Assistant is paramount to success in the classroom. There are many things to…

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99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning during any lesson observation! – Assessing Pupil Progress How to demonstrate progress in any lesson is a very popular search query with teachers across the globe. Demonstrating progress and learning is paramount when…

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