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Effective Primary Teaching Practice
Mon 13 February 2017, 12:30 – 15:30 GMT
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This leadership training focuses on the findings of a report (October 2016) commissioned by the Teaching Schools Council. The report attempts to explain the most effective practice for mainstream, state-funded primary schools in England and how these practices are best supported.
Our training led by DAME REENA KEEBLE who led the report looks at the key messages and explores:
Effective schools have strong leadership
Effective schools prioritise the ongoing development of teachers and teaching
Effective schools make the most of their resources
Effective schools make clear choices about how they organize, structure and prioritise based on evidence
“It is refreshing to read an analysis of primary teaching that is written by practitioners whilst being based on robust research and grounded in the practice that is found in some of our best primary schools. I found it both challenging and encouraging”. Steve Munby, CEO, Education Development Trust
“This pragmatic report is based on the experiences of primary practitioners. It should build the confidence of leaders to focus on what they can see working, to prioritise the development of teachers’ impact in the classroom, and to question the value of some aspects of received wisdom. ‘Does it promote learning? If not, why are we doing it?’” Russell Hobby, General secretary, NAHT