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Vertical tutor groups: case studies (secondary)

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Last updated on 26 April 2017
School types: All · School phases: Secondary
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How are vertical tutor groups working in schools? This article looks at the experiences of secondary schools that introduced vertical, or mixed-age, tutor groups. We set out the benefits and challenges that they identified, as well as how they use the time in vertical tutor group sessions.

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