Free Webinar; Special Measures to Top-500 with Cooperative Learning

Finally, dates are set. For all of you who took a keen interest in the Stalham Academy, What Went Right? series, attending this free webinar is a must.

Our main speaker, Andrew Howard, became acting head when his school was put in special measures in May 2014.

By 2016’s SATs, the impact of just three twilight sessions of Cooperative Learning had yielded 81% in the core subjects and had fundamentally changed the behaviour of pupils. Stalham is now promoted by DfE as a beacon of best practice.

Had 100% staff retention as well.

 

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BOOK NOW!

Spaces are free, but limited.

In this interactive webinar, Andrew will explain to you in detail how he used Cooperative Learning to get his failing school into the national top-500 with happy pupils, happy parents, and 100% staff retention.

The webinar will be introduced by Denise Walker, head of Norfolk Better to Best, and hosted by Jakob Werdelin.

We have put a lot of work into making this available to schools because we believe it will make a real difference to teachers and pupils. Please help us by sharing with your colleagues.

 


“It was actually building in their social skills, that it was important to respect each other’s opinions … it was some great PSHE lessons that derived from it.”

– Rebecca Lamb, NQT at Stalham Academy, 2014.

 

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