Learning to Learn: A counter to the tiger teachers

In recent weeks and months, there has been a lot of noise about drilling knowledge and “no excuses” discipline. There is another way.

In January, we are running a training day for classroom teachers, senior leaders and headteachers, based on original research into Learning Skills – a whole-school, evidence-informed approach to teaching and learning. A 5-year evaluation by researchers from the University of Cambridge found that the Learning Skills programme led to significantly improved attainment, especially among students eligible for the Pupil Premium (Mannion & Mercer, 2016).

Tickets are available here – come along to find out what we did, how we did it and how you can start the counter-revolution in your own school!

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