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During such unprecedented times, we know schools are facing huge challenges. This post is to give you some information about how Kyra are responding and how this will affect planned activity that we have scheduled.
Mobilise met with the Maths Subject Leader and Deputy Head & Mobilise School-based Lead for maths to record the school's recent experience of a deep-dive in maths.
St George's Church of England Primary in Gainsborough shares how the implementation of daily retrieval in areas that children find difficult to remember.
Jamie Allsopp shares the experience and lessons learned of Belmont Community Primary School's first year of creating and using knowledge organisers across the school.
Gipsey Bridge Academy shares how the Rights of a Child provided the 'thread' that linked areas of the curriculum.
Emma Jefferson, from Our Lady of Lincoln Catholic Primary School shares the process of writing an 'intent statement' that could easily be accessed by its staff and pupils. The pupils' poster can be found at:https://mobilise.kyrateachingschool.com/assets/uploads/files/Childrens-Intent-Our-Lady-of-Lincoln-Catholic-School.pdf and the staff document can be found at: https://mobilise.kyrateachingschool.com/assets/uploads/files/Intent-statement-Our-Lady-of-Lincoln-Catholic-School.pdf
Michael Brown is a Y5/6 teacher and Maths Lead at Kelsey Primary School and wrote this following PLC5, where the reading: Changing lives and providing equity through pre-teaching and assigning competence – Ruth Trundley (taken from www.atm.org.uk July 2018) was shared.