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GCSE Options Handout

As we are doing remote GCSE options this year, we’ve been tasked with creating a simple one page handout for students and parents. We are doing a live ‘Teams’ chat with parents and students to discuss any questions but I... Continue Reading →

Booklets, a labour of love

Since the profession moved to remote learning in Spring there has been a notable increase in the discussions about booklets or workbooks on Twitter, with queries about their use, design and research around their benefits. There is also a glut... Continue Reading →

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Parental Engagement in Y11

Having trialled a version of a 'How to support your child through Y11' handout to give out at parents evening, I've continued it again this year with some additions. I've always thought about improving parental engagement and it is something... Continue Reading →

Whole Class Feedback & Crib Sheet Handout

As part of our first Meols Cop High Research Conference I finally had the balls to speak about the Crib Sheet & whole class feedback after a 18 months of refining it. Below is the handout I produced to accompany... Continue Reading →

Full Cycle – Saying goodbye to Year 11

As we come to the end of the school year, I find myself at the end of my first ‘full cycle’ – taking a class of students through from Year 9 to 11 where they have sat their final two exams in history. For some this is the end of their history education, for others […]

Knowledge Organiser Breakfast Jam

Another 'Breakfast Jam' that I presented in was our ongoing use of Knowledge Organisers in history. Below are the slides used in the reflections and discussions of our trial so far.   Breakfast Jam Knowledge Organisers  

Marking Crib Sheet Breakfast Jam

Last week I presented at a school 'Breakfast Jam' (T&L sharing sessions) on my findings so far after using the marking crib sheet and using verbal feedback for coming up to one year. Below is the ppt. slides on what... Continue Reading →

Assessment Crib Sheets

Following on from the marking crib sheet, I have begun to use an amended version for assessments, the Assessment Crib Sheet. Whilst this is still in the development phase (as to what needs to be included), I thought I would... Continue Reading →

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