C4EO report: Effective classroom strategies for children and young people living in poverty

C4EO report: Effective classroom strategies for children and young people living in poverty

C4EO reports on effective classroom strategies for closing the gap in educational achievement for children and young people living in poverty, including white working-class boys. It drew upon a wealth of evidence from the UK and overseas to provide practical recommendations for the classroom, proven to work across subjects and key stages.

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School in special measures making fast progress - say Ofsted

School in special measures making fast progress - say Ofsted

Clare Fletcher, Headteacher of North Walsham Junior School explains: "When I started in September I knew we needed to turn things around very quickly and, based upon strong evidence and research about what works, it was easy to convince the Governing Body to invest in the Read Write Inc. and Maths Makes Sense programmes.  That decision was clearly the right one and the pupils are already reaping the benefits."

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Reading by six: how the best schools do it (Ofsted)

This report draws from the practice of twelve outstanding schools in different parts of England to illuminate what works in teaching children to read. Seven of the schools featured use Read Write Inc. Phonics.

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Early bird catches the words

Early bird catches the words

Read Ruth Miskin's recent article for SEN Magazine. Ruth looks at what schools need to do to ensure all children both learn to read and keep reading.

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What the DfE says about Read Write Inc. training

What the DfE says about Read Write Inc. training

Read Write Inc. Phonics training rated outstanding by the DfE.

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