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School reopening: how to accelerate catch-up learning for pupils who've fallen behind
Some pupils have lost more learning time than others during coronavirus and have fallen more behind than the rest. Curriculum experts Mary Myatt and Tom Sherrington share their key guiding principles for helping these pupils catch up.
- Identify the pupils likely to have the biggest gaps in knowledge
- Use low-stakes assessment in lessons to see if your predictions were right
- Guiding principles for effective catch-up from Mary Myatt and Tom Sherrington
- You can use a tailor-made programme
- Catch-up can take place in class
- Run after-school or lunchtime lessons
- Consider 1-on-1 or small group tutoring
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