In the UK, we are at the point of "strongly encouraging" vulnerable and at-risk pupils to be in school, for exactly this reason. This is a move away from the previous approach which was "be in school if you cannot be at home". They are the least …

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- In the UK, we are at the point of "strongly encouraging" vulnerable and at-risk pupils to be in school, for exactly this reason. This is a move away from the previous approach which was "be in school if you cannot be at home". They are the least …1
- I think there is a big difference here for different staff and pupils. I think it has to be a priority that any pupils new to the school have a chance to put a face to the names of their teachers. I will look to send home a little "about me" to all …3
- We have a two fold strategy: 1) We are sending lots of rewards for pupils working, and telling all parents that we are. We had an electronic reward system before lock down that would automatically email parents when we assigned a reward to a …3
- We have a two fold strategy: 1) We are sending lots of rewards for pupils working, and telling all parents that we are. We had an electronic reward system before lock down that would automatically email parents when we assigned a reward to a …3
- Hi, I am Peter Mattock, an Assistant Headteacher in charge of mathematics at an 11-16 school in England and author of “Visible Maths: Using representations and structure to enhance mathematics teaching in schools”. Honestly, I don’t think anything …3
- Absolutely, although with caution. Many of the ideas for making sense of maths are likely to be new to parents (many of them are new to teachers!). But if parents adopt a "learning together" approach with their children when it comes to …2
- One thing we do is make sure there is an opportunity for some interesting maths in every hour. We plan activities designed to provoke interest and wonder into every hour. We also have a dedicated extra-curricular club for maths problems that runs …1
- Is she getting frustrated because it is too easy? Or because she doesn't really get it? If the first there are some great spaces out there for recreational mathematics for young people. A great one in the UK is https://wild.maths.org/wild-maths and …2