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Five A Day - Supporting students with additional needs in a mainstream class

Research conducted by the Educational Endowment Foundation (EEF) indicated that there are five particular approaches which can be integrated into day-to-day teaching.

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Created and Led by
Chris Quigley
Duration
2 hours
Venue
Online or in-person
Target Audience
Head Teachers, Teachers, Deputy Heads, Senior Leaders

Overview:

Research conducted by the Educational Endowment Foundation (EEF) indicated that there are five particular approaches that can be integrated into day-to-day teaching practice to raise attainment among children with additional needs and their classmates.

Chris will guide you through the approaches and give practical examples.

  • Explore the research and how its findings may be implemented
  • Examples from the wider primary curriculum
  • Supports students with additional needs and their classmates

Learn about:

  • Explicit instruction in the wider curriculum
  • Cognitive and meta cognitive strategies
  • Scaffolding
  • Flexible Grouping
  • Using technology.

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All the ideas from the Five a Day - supporting students with additional needs in a mainstream class course that could be used in class were helpful and Teachers were very keen to use some of the ideas, like exit tickets, back in the classroom. It was really helpful that it fitted so clearly with our retrieval practice training last year and previous work on our whole-school curriculum. Delivery was fast-paced and Lesley was easy to listen to and engage with. She combined the theory with workable, practical ideas which were well received. I would rate my booking as very high quality - it was informative, based in research and easy to apply to the classroom and our children's needs. Thank-you!

Nicky Chesshire, Deputy Headteacher
North Heath CP School, West Sussex

The links made to Rosenshine were very useful as many schools have already covered this in recent years. We quite liked the golden sentence ideas and how this approach could support pupils with SEN show their full understanding in a safe way. This is something we look forward to trialling. Robin was a great speaker who presented the Five a Day- supporting pupils with additional needs in a mainstream class course in an engaging and enthusiastic manner. We know we are always getting a high level of competence and quality when we book with Chris Quigley Education. I would rate our booking very highly - the booking process is clear and communication is a strength. Thank you for a great morning.

Dan Bowden, Headteacher
Greenvale Primary School, Croyden

Very informative; excellent!

Anita Clarke

An informative and useful course -  good to be able to attend at a time convenient for me too.

Tricia Scott

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