English and Maths in study programmes. Ruth Perry Achievement for All consultant Natspec : High Quality Study Programmes event 9 June, 2014. Study programme requirements.
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Achievement for All consultant
Natspec: High Quality Study Programmes event
9 June, 2014
Students who do not already have a GCSE A* – C grade in Maths and/or English must work towards gaining these GCSEs (or other qualifications that will act as a stepping stone for achievement of these qualifications in time).
Students with a learning difficulty and/or disability need not have their English and Maths learning accredited but do need to have skills in these two areas included in their programme, as relevant to their individual needs and planned progression.
What might English and Maths look like within study programmes?
What does effective teaching and learning look like?
How can we encourage and monitor progress?
What are the options for recognising and recording achievement?
Engaging with objects and environment
A level syllabus
Externally-set learning outcomes
The English and Maths content of a learner’s study programme should be that which supports them to achieve the positive progression they are seeking.
Adapted from ESRC research into teaching and learning in schools
Adapted from Standards Unit: Improving Learning in Mathematics
Adapted from NFER review of research evidence
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Progress has stalled.
My learners have reached a plateau.
They can do it one week and by the next it’s gone.
They’ve spent 14 years getting to E1; how am I supposed to move them on in a term?
I know they are making progress but it’s hard to show it.