How can students achieve the highest grades in GCSEs and A-Levels? In this at-a-glance article, Glenys Hart and Rosie Beach look at how teachers can support the development of skills in biology by extending learning opportunities in school and beyond
Michael Gove’s new primary history curriculum may be controversial, but it offers opportunities for gifted and talented pupils to embrace historical understanding and develop their learning skills, explains Steve Mynard
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Help your more able pupils fulfill their potential. Our ideas, articles and guidance will develop and enhance your G&T provision, The Gifted & Talented Hub will help you raise achievement of disadvantaged able pupils, and promote excellence in individual subjects.
Advanced Skills Teacher Kathryn Furness continues to chart the progress of the teaching and learning group established at her school. This month she describes how teachers addressed differentiation in the starter/plenary with the help of students
Food and cooking-related activities are a great source of ideas for enriching and extending learning. Sarah Philo and John Senior share a series of tasks to try with your gifted and talented students in class
Inquiry-based learning is not just an educational fad; when implemented properly, it can empower pupils to make a contribution to the real world. Peter Gray explains how the S-TEAM project on inquiry-based science learning helped him to arrive at a method in which pupils are motivated to engage in genuine research