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Challenging more able pupils: what to avoid

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Last updated on 23 November 2017
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What should we avoid when challenging more able pupils? We relay advice from two of our associate experts on things to avoid when challenging more able pupils in the classroom, and how schools can provide training on challenging more able pupils.

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