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Inclusive practice gifted talented rachel lockwood denise crosland

Inclusive Practice

Gifted & Talented

Rachel Lockwood & Denise Crosland


Objectives

Objectives

  • To consider national self evaluation tools for gifted and talented provision

  • To make links between challenge, strategies and practice

  • To consider further opportunities for independence and challenge in learning for more able pupils


Ofsted

OFSTED

  • Higher attaining pupils are not routinely challenged enough to make better than good progress because planning does not consistently include activities which give them the opportunity to tackle challenging problems and develop their skills as independent learners.

  • The school is aware that pupils have too few opportunities to develop their writing skills in a coordinated and stimulating way across different subjects, especially in Key Stage 2. As a result, pupils’ writing skills, particularly the higher attainers, are weaker than in other core areas.


Inclusive practice gifted talented rachel lockwood denise crosland

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Quality standards audit at st peter s school

Quality Standards audit at St Peter’s School

  • Independent learning

  • Personalised learning

  • Raise achievement & motivation

  • Work according to aptitude and interest


Classroom quality standards

Classroom Quality Standards

  • Learners enabled and challenged

  • Take charge of learning, self regulating

  • Learners stimulated

  • Progress assessed and monitored

  • Range of teaching and learning strategies

  • Evidence of extension, enrichment & progression


Inclusive practice gifted talented rachel lockwood denise crosland

Professor Deborah Eyre


How can we give pupils the opportunity to

How can we give pupils the opportunity to:

  • Enquire

  • Explore

  • Engage

  • Extend

  • Be excited

  • Express opinions

  • Think

  • Discuss

  • Choose


Tasc thinking actively in a social context

TASCThinking Actively in a Social Context

  • What is it?

  • How can it be used?

  • What strategies can we encourage pupils to use in each area?


Website links

Website Links

  • TASC wheel

    http://www.nace.co.uk/tasc/tasc_home.htm

  • More TASC Resources

    http://www.tascwheel.com/


Year 2 tasc example

Year 2 TASC example

  • Children’s quotes

It helped me think about things I’d done before like this. We took a bike to bits and then made it again!


Year 2 tasc example1

Year 2 TASC example

  • Children’s quotes

I liked when we talked about designs and my group wanted to use my idea of having a part where we could lay the people down.


Year 2 tasc example2

Year 2 TASC example

  • Children’s quotes

It was good because we could see what we would do next.


Ofsted1

OFSTED

  • Higher attaining pupils are not routinely challenged enough to make better than good progress because planning does not consistently include activities which give them the opportunity to tackle challenging problems and develop their skills as independent learners.

  • The school is aware that pupils have too few opportunities to develop their writing skills in a coordinated and stimulating way across different subjects, especially in Key Stage 2. As a result, pupils’ writing skills, particularly the higher attainers, are weaker than in other core areas.


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