‘Making the most of Year 7: How to get our geographers off to the best possible start.’ – Your responses

"Making the most of Geography in Year 7" Image of Kate Stockings

Last week we ran an insightful and engaging webinar with Kate Stockings, if you missed it you can catch up here:  ‘Making the most of Year 7: How to get our geographers off to the best possible start’ . Kate asked several questions throughout the webinar, and as the attendees contributed lots of inspiring answers, we wanted to share some of these responses to get fellow geography teachers thinking about the transition […]

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How can we support children to become ‘secondary ready’ in Mathematics?

By Corrinne Fraser Corrinne Fraser is a mathematics education consultant who works to support MATS, boroughs and individual schools strengthen their provision for mathematics. Corrinne has worked across institutions and key stages to align maths teaching and learning to new curriculum requirements and the drive for mastery in UK schools. Corrinne is passionate about inspiring […]

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Wellbeing starts with you! A teacher’s guide to a joyful classroom

By Alison Barber What makes school a place where teachers enjoy teaching and, consequently, learners enjoy learning? Research over the last ten years has consistently found that wellbeing and academic achievement are very closely linked. OUP recently commissioned an evidence analysis impact study to explore the links between student wellbeing and academic outcomes. As a student, a friend once […]

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Measuring student wellbeing- how do we know if what we’re doing is working?

Sarah Eggleton has been an English teacher for 12 years. She currently works at a Secondary School in inner city Manchester where she is Head of English and Assistant Headteacher; with responsibility for marking and feedback, metacognition, literacy, parent engagement and staff development.  Although Covid-19 has created many, many challenges, one of the positives to […]

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