After a long standing struggle between learner-centred and standards-led aims for primary education, two papers for the Primary Review note the emergence of a hybrid read more

Developing a common understanding of pedagogy is intrinsic to ensuring continuity and progression along all stages of an individual’s learning journey, advises a recent DCSF booklet read more

With increasing pressure to deliver personalised learning, John Blanchard offers strategies for putting it into practice where it counts: the classroom

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In early years especially, boys should not be forced into a “girl-like” model of learning, explains Steve Mynard

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John Blanchard looks at the importance of distinguishing underachievers and slow learners and gives examples of techniques and tactics you can use to help pupils reach their potential read more

Improving your gifted and talented provision depends on being able to pinpoint strengths and weaknesses in your current approach. The Institutional Quality Standards (IQS) is a self-evaluation tool for doing just that, and supports the introduction of personalised education across the whole school, writes Deborah Eyre read more

Yvonne Spencer looks at a broad scheme to improve outcomes — and explains its effect on local authorities and schools read more

Michael Fielding, professor at London’s Institute of Education, argues that we need to think a lot harder about what we mean by personalised learning if current developments are to engage people actively in their learning read more

Educational psychologist Alan McLean summarises his model for understanding how teachers can motivate their students read more

Aisha Ashante of Langtry Children’s Centre describes the thinking behind the centre’s approach to quality provision for young children read more

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