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Approaches for teaching and learning in Surrey schools

 

Teaching and learning - Subject networks - Moderation and assessment

This section offers phase specific support around curriculum design and delivery as we reopen schools and plan for the next academic year.

With bespoke areas for EYFS, Special, Primary and Secondary schools, within each phase you will be able to navigate to Teaching and Learning. This focuses on how we approach the challenge of supporting children in their learning with suggested approaches, principles and practises.

Under the Subject Networks tab you can find subject specific resources and details of our networks across Surrey, where subject experts can meet to discuss and share best practice and learning tools.

The Vulnerable Learners section provides approaches and guidance for all school staff, to address the learning gap that has arisen as a consequence of the pandemic and schools closures, as well as details of our ongoing programmes in this area and the latest thinking and research on narrowing the gap.

Under our Transition between Years, you will find a growing resource of advice and guidance for transitioning between specific year groups.

 

Find out more about how we are working to narrow the learning gap in Surrey schools, particularly in light of COVID-19.

Find support and resources for transitioning between year groups, and how Surrey schools dealt with this challenge during COVID-19.

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