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Promoting Good Progress in Primary Schools
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Promoting Good Progress in Primary Schools



March 2024 | 112 pages | Learning Matters
What does 'Good progress' in primary schools look like?
How do new teachers ensure they are planning for it?
How can they evidence it?

This text is a focused exploration of, and guide to, the concept of 'progress' for trainee primary school teachers and their mentors. It examines what we mean by 'good progress' in the context of the CCF and other frameworks and accountabilities operating in primary schools today. It outlines different understandings of progress, explores the relationship with other concepts such as knowledge, curriculum and assessment, and highlights the links between progress and social justice. Offers practical support for trainees on how to plan for, identify, promote, evidence and communicate information about progress.
 
Introduction
 
PART 1: WHAT IS PROGRESS?
 
Chapter 1: Different ways of understanding progress
 
Chapter 2: National context 1988-2014
 
PART 2: PROGRESS IN YOUR SCHOOL
 
Chapter 3: The current national context
 
Chapter 4: Progress through primary school
 
PART 3: PROGRESS IN YOUR CLASSROOM
 
Chapter 5: Frameworks for practice
 
Chapter 6: In practice
 
PART 4: REFLECTIONS
 
Chapter 7: Reflections and final thoughts

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