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Last reviewed on 26 February 2021
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Small group sessions, real-time feedback, voice notes, emojis and more – get top tips from 8 schools across the country to help you deliver vibrant and engaging feedback, both during and outside of live lessons.

Our thanks to the 8 schools that contributed to this article - find out more about them at the bottom of this page. 

How one school uses weekly feedback sessions as an engaging alternative to marking 

Teachers at St Francis of Assisi Catholic Primary School invite younger pupils to attend ‘Feedback Fridays’, where they can feed back to each other in small groups as well as receive specific feedback from their teacher. This has been particularly popular among pupils who might be too shy to feed back during whole-class sessions. 

The class teacher works with the TA to make sure nobody misses out because of being either at home or in school. The TA supervises the lesson while the teacher delivers

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