Inclusion

In addition to advice on: being healthy, staying safe, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution etc, this site focuses on five others areas that have the previous government’s ECM’s agenda, if not its headings, at heart.

You will find lots of advice on inclusion, especially with regard to helping pupils who have very poor literacy skills. An allied section on providing for children for whom English is an Additional Language (EAL) raises many similar issues and offers a few golden rules to follow in history.

S.E.N. in history at Key Stage 1 and 2

By inclusion we mean three things here: setting suitable learning challenges, responding to pupils' diverse needs, and overcoming potential barriers to learning and assessment for individuals and groups.  Below are featured a range of ideas...
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Inclusion at Key Stage 1

In addition to advice on: being healthy, staying safe, enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution etc, this site focuses on five others areas that have the ECM's agenda, if not its headings, at heart. You...
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Gender issues in history at Key Stage 1

It is tempting when thinking about boys' achievement to focus on teaching and learning, but there is a stage before that to consider. When we have so much choice at KS1 it is worth pondering...
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Gifted and Talented in history at KS1

Much has been written in general terms about identifying and then catering for able pupils in history.  OFSTED and others have criticized schools for not moving beyond identification and general provision to looking at what...
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