Teaching the Most Able

Identification, challenge and provision

  • New research and evidence

  • Discover 5 most common mistakes and how to overcome them

  • Take away a PROVEN PROGRAMME based on international best practice

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Address the current crisis in educating the most able

Answer Ofsted’s latest demands

Scrutinise Ofsted’s “The Most Able Students” report

Unpick why UK schools are failing their most able children

Address Ofsted’s increasing emphasis on the new Grades 6 and 7 at GCSE

A complete guide to overhaul current practice

Identify more able students; it’s not always who you expect:

  • disadvantaged

  • girls

Realise what your able students are good at; it might not be everything

Know how much support to provide; it might be more than you think

Change your attitude; you’re not always the expert

Encourage peer learning; students may learn better from each other

Allow independent projects; pupils don’t have to sit through the

whole lesson

Radical solutions to ensure high standards

An Outstanding programme for an all-ability school

Case studies of recognised Outstanding practice

Practical identification techniques

Ideas to train and manage staff

Cost-friendly teaching techniques and what works best:

  • acceleration

  • compaction

  • enrichment

  • pull-out schemes

  • mentoring