Supporting Achievement for All in the classroom

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Supporting Achievement for All in the classroom by Mind Map: Supporting Achievement for All in the classroom

1. Literacy, classes etc for parents and trips to art galleries deciding through interviews

2. Identifying barriers at an early stage

3. Technology in the classroom

3.1. Using data intelligently and holistically and more frequently

3.2. Tight use of data and use it to feed into outcomes. e.g. you can pick up evidence about the impact of homework clubs

3.3. How does a school’s data system enable the school to track impact of interventions, parental engagement and wider opportunities?

4. Removing barriers for learning

4.1. How are barriers identified?

5. Creative curriculum

5.1. Working with external agencies e.g. Health professionals

5.1.1. Examples:

6. Communicating learning to parents

6.1. Regular contact

6.1.1. How and when?

6.2. Positive outcomes

6.3. Welcoming ethos

6.4. How do you ensure that parents understand the Grid method for multiplication?

7. Pupils working with technology

7.1. Assistive technologies

8. Cotgrave Candelby Lane School Chris Wheatley School website:

8.1. Assessment, tracking and intervention

8.2. Structured one hour conversations with pupils

8.3. Provision for developing wider outcomes

8.4. Strand One: All means All children will reach their potential

8.4.1. expectation that teachers are responsible for all children in their class whole school accountability. sharing & supporting.

8.5. Strand Two: All staff: a team and creative approach. The interview can be enlightening

8.6. Rigour created for selection of opportunity: e.g. were the TAs accountable? Teacher parent TAs etc you have shared accountability

8.7. In primary we are teaching children, in secondary we teach subjects

9. Leadership opportunities

9.1. about moral core purpose and challenging belief systems

9.1.1. Driven by the senior leadership team bought into by all school community

10. How is technology used to assist in the outcomes for pupils with SEND?

11. How is the curriculum modified to ensure achievement?

12. What does Provision Mapping mean to you? What does it look like in your school? What should it look like?

13. What does your school website/learning platform offer to parents as learners?

14. What access to children with SEND have to technology within your classrooms?

15. Do/Should all pupils have access to technology for every lesson?

16. How do you assess the value of using technology?

17. What does a creative curriculum mean to you?