This was a national research project led by the IoE and Birmingham University. We worked across four schools to determine the impact of the post-lesson dialogue on teaching and learning using a coaching approach.
In May 2014, we were one of nine schools in the country awarded the Assessment Innovation Fund by the Department for Education. This was in recognition of the ‘Progression Planners’ we have developed, to address the priority learning needs of learners with Special Educational needs and Disabilities (SEND).
We are part of a small network of teaching schools, being funded by the Department of Education, to develop new approaches to supporting the professional development of teachers and arts sector professionals, to delivering cultural learning opportunities which have the greatest impact. As part of this, we have presented at conferences, and devised a unique curriculum framework for teaching ‘My Creativity’ to children and young people with severe learning difficulties. We have also developed ex
Help meet the individual needs of your students with our free teaching resources for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Asperger Syndrome.
These fantastic videos produced by our Life Skills team use QRC to enable learners to access a series of step-by-step guides on how to do everyday tasks promoting a sense of independence.
Swiss Cottage School, in conjunction with special teaching school partners, developed a framework to deliver an outstanding Special School Experience to trainee teachers.
The framework focuses on those areas of teaching and learning which are of key importance for all learners but which are particularly relevant to learners with special educational needs and development (SEND). This SSEF framework was piloted by Piper Hill, Swiss Cottage School and Forest Way School