How to Challenge and Extend Able Learners

 
  • Be ready for Ofsted's focus on challenging the most able
  • 10 practical ways to raise your expectations and challenge more able pupils
  • How to develop your G&T provision to support: 
    • high-level learning
    • extension 
    • progress
    • independent learning
Kim Wells

Kim Wells

Dates: 19th Jun 2017, 26th Jun 2017, 4th Jul 2017, 5th Jul 2017

Kim has been Deputy Head for Teaching and Learning for a decade, and has taught languages to all ages since 1997. His lessons have consistently been graded ‘Outstanding’ by inspectors and his initiatives are award-winning. His passion is to help children to think for themselves and his training style is innovative and interactive.

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The latest national agenda for the most able

Unpick Ofsted’s 2016 criteria

Improve the level of challenge in units of learning

Support for stretch and challenge as a mindset for all

Ofsted Annual Report: learn from primaries outperforming secondaries


A guide to get the best out of your more able pupils

Nurture and develop potential in able students

Define effective extension, stretch and challenge

Inspire G&T pupils and enhance your provision

Raise your and your pupils’ expectations

Establish ways of getting able pupils working ‘beyond the limit’


10 activities and tools to extend learning

  • Case studies
  • Thinking skills 
  • Questioning skills
  • Student Voice
  • Creative and practical examples
  • Personalised learning strategies
  • Visual stimuli
  • Planning tools
  • Differentiating from the top
  • Mindsets to promote excellence

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£279 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£259 + VAT

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