Churchill Community College was asked to run an alternative curriculum programme for students in North Tyneside who are at risk of permanent exclusion. Manager Philip Kemp explains how the scheme succeeds in getting them back on track
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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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