It was great to have the Institute of Education from UCL with us today on the first planning day of the new school year. Staff were engaged in a variety of tasks related to professional and school development.
Research is constantly evolving, and it is important to stay up-to-date with the latest findings in order to provide the best possible learning experience for our students. By reviewing our current methods and comparing them to the latest research, we can identify areas that need improvement and make changes accordingly.
This process allows us to continually reflect, refine and improve our practice, ultimately leading to better outcomes for our students.
Programme Planning Day:
Concepts and Contexts of Inclusive Education
What is inclusive practice?
What does inclusive education at Birralee look like?
From Differentiation to Adaptation
Five adaptive teaching strategies to support outcomes for students
Good teaching for students with SEN is no different from good teaching for all students?
Maximising the Impact of Learning Assistants
Learning Assistant deployment and practice
Recommendations for deployment and teacher/Learning Assistant partnerships
Learning theory, metacognition and the scaffolding framework to improve independence