Tag: evidence-informed

Effective use of Pupil Premium funding

09:30–15:00 on 8 February 2019

“There’s no doubt that the Pupil Premium has enabled schools to focus more on the learning of their disadvantaged pupils. Having the resources to target support at disadvantaged pupils is the first step to closing the attainment gap. But it is how those resources are spent that will really make the difference.”  – Sir Kevan […]

Posted on: 17 July 2018
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Finding a Functional Framework for Feedback

19 March 2018

Last month, I had the pleasure of attending the first of three full day workshops delivered by Sandringham School’s Research School – Effective Feedback to Maximise Progress – designed to deliver reflective and meaningful advice on how to improve the feedback offered to students of all age groups. Since entering the profession, I have found […]

Author: Neil Miller - Teacher of Geography, Sandringham School
Posted on: 19 March 2018
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Exam Wrappers – a reflection

5 February 2018

Last week was the Year 13 trial exams and as we both teach a Year 13 heavy timetable, we found ourselves confronted by a pile of exams papers that needed marking […]

Author: Kate Mouncey and Karen Roskilly - Sandringham School Research Leads
Posted on: 5 February 2018
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What is ‘evidence-informed education’ and why are we loving it so much?

26 September 2017

As we commence our journey as a Research School, we can’t help but feel there is a real change taking place in education and we are hugely excited to be a part of it! […]

Author: Kate Mouncey, Research Lead at Sandringham Research School
Posted on: 26 September 2017
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