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Featured comment: What is better for the child’s mathematical development in the long run?

This comment was left on the Design your own mastery curriculum article and deserves its own post. Centering on the what of early mathematical schooling, Helen talks about the emergency, reactive shortcuts that end up being used as a result of pupils not learning the basics by age 8. **************************************** …

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How we achieved dramatically good GCSE results in the poorest ward in London

Update: the 2014 GCSE results have put us in the top 10 in the country for 5 A*-C inc EM. Excerpt of an article written by Max Haimendorf, the headteacher with whom I and a small group of teachers founded KSA Secondary in 2009. Five years ago, parents in our …

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Guest Blog: Pupil writes about experience of Bett Show

Nine lucky students out of 30 hopeful pupils have been lucky enough to accompany Mr. Reddy while he was representing Aaron Sam’s and Jonathan Bergmanns’s flipped learning style of teaching at Bett. Those nine lucky children were Saba, Maria, Badr, Rami, Fatima, Mazen, Nuhaa, Omar and Alaa. Our favourite stands were Teamboard (a whiteboard where you could use …

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