KS3: The Wasted Years?

Lead KS3 with purpose and meaning

  • Respond to Ofsted’s report, Key Stage 3: The Wasted Years?

  • How to overcome the 6 central challenges:

    • Quality of teaching

    • Rate of pupil progress

    • Assessment and monitoring

    • Challenge the most able

    • Transition from KS2

    • KS3; the whole-school agenda

  • Tools to act on the seven recommendations

Matt Bromley

Matt Bromley

Date: 8th Mar 2019

Matt Bromley is an education writer and consultant with twenty years’ experience in teaching and leadership including as a headteacher. He is the author of numerous best-selling books for teachers including ‘How to Become a School Leader’, ‘Making Key Stage 3 Count’ and ‘How to Learn'.

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1) Raising the profile of KS3:

  • A high priority in school planning, monitoring and evaluation

 

2) Improving T&L quality:

  • Prepare pupils for more challenging study at KS4 and 5

 

3) KS2-KS3 transition:

  • Focus on pupils’ academic needs as much as pastoral needs

 

4) Cross-phase partnerships:

  • Links to build on prior knowledge, understanding and skills

 

5) Assessment and monitoring:

  • Ideas for making your KS3 systems and procedures robust

 

6) Disadvantaged pupils:

  • Ways to close the achievement gap

 

7) Secure progress with homework:

  • Evaluate the quality and effectiveness of homework

First delegate rate

£299 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£279 + VAT

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