Primary Provision for More Able Teaching with Breadth and Depth Across the Curriculum
Suitable for: Subject Leaders, Teachers, More Able Leads
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• To develop an understanding of the learning needs of more able children.
• To consider what “breadth and depth” mean and how these terms apply to different subjects.
• To consider some of the issues in meeting the wider needs of more able learners.
• To explore a range of generic and subject specific practical strategies.
Challenging more able pupils appropriately is an on-going concern for schools and is an increasing focus for Ofsted. The introduction of terms like “breadth and depth” are open to interpretation, with teachers and schools questioning whether their approach is correct.
This course will support primary Lead Teachers for the More Able and Talented and classroom teachers who wish to develop their own knowledge and understanding of how to support more able pupils in classrooms by providing appropriately challenging learning opportunities. The practical ideas and strategies provided can be used or adapted across the curriculum.
The course will help delegates to add to their own practice or to support colleagues in developing effective provision for more able children