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Strategies to raise achievement (secondary)
How can secondary schools raise achievement? We look at case studies on how secondary schools have raised achievement. We also relay advice on how schools can use continuing professional development for staff and personalised career goals for pupils to raise achievement.
- Good practice in secondary schools
- Raising achievement through business and enterprise
- Raising achievement through personalised career goals
- Using the pupil premium to raise achievement
- CPD Toolkit from The Key: raising achievement and closing gaps
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