Returning our schools to positive, stable learning environments for all pupils and staff in September may not be as daunting as it initially appears.
You already know those worst affected will be those already disadvantaged and that those who will suffer most inside that vulnerable group are boys whose underperformance compared to girls was a factor prior to Covid-19. You also know you need to demonstrate any extra funding for catch-up is spent wisely and that you don’t want lots of extra work.
With this in mind, I have extended the outcomes of my proven training program for the Sheringham SSIF project from closing gender gaps in maths to let you close gaps across all subjects and key stages, full stop. Like the original, this fully re-engineered version is simple, consistent, requires no change to curriculum, works in your regular lessons and is absolutely brilliant for TAs.
The Sheringham SSIF won £450K in funding from the DfE, is firmly based on evidence in Sutton Trust-EEF Toolkit and has surpassed expectations in terms of measurable impact on gender gaps in highly diverse schools. (Download the full analysis).
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“...The attainment gap between disadvantaged children and their better-off peers could widen by as much as 75 per cent because of the coronavirus outbreak”
- Coronavirus: Attainment gap could widen by 75%, DfE official warns, Schools Week, May 2020