Adapting Teaching and Learning to Support the New Year 7 Cohort

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This webinar will equip headteachers, senior leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with pedagogical techniques and resources to support the new Year 7 cohort, including the most disadvantaged pupils, after disruption to face-to-face education in the current academic year.

Whilst all children will have felt some impact on their learning over the last 12 months, for pupils in Year 6 moving into secondary school, the step up may be even more challenging. Evidence from the DfE suggests a degree of learning loss, particularly for pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds, and highlights the need for increased support in the classroom.

In this webinar Stephen Burnage, a school leadership specialist and expert practitioner with over 25 years’ teaching experience, explores how schools can adapt current teaching and learning plans to build children’s confidence, improve attainment and help pupils flourish as part of a whole-school approach.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding how to support children during their transition into Year 7 and managing the jump in curriculum learning despite a loss of learning time.

  • Recognising how to plan and implement effective teaching practice that closes knowledge gaps and overcomes learning barriers.

  • Identifying ways of adapting the curriculum to become more inclusive and addressing the needs of pupils who are at different stages of learning.

  • Understanding how to encourage greater social interaction and physical development as part of the curriculum to help build self-esteem and support wellbeing.

  • Recognising the importance of trusting relationships, open communication channels and adapting the learning environment to give children the best opportunity to progress.

Stephen Burnage

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Stephen Burnage

Expert practitioner, consultant and trainer with 25+ years' experience teaching and leading schools.
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