Challenge for all: the Maiden Erlegh approach

Reading’s Maiden Erlegh School recently gained NACE Challenge Award accreditation for the third time, marking its continued commitment to high-quality provision for more able learners in a context of challenge for all. In this blog post, deputy headteacher Sara Elliss outlines some of the key initiatives undertaken at the school to ensure more able learners are challenged and supported throughout their studies. 

Whole-school leadership

Translating policy into practice for more able learners in Wales

Siân Farquharson, post-16 challenge adviser and Seren programme coordinator at Education Achievement Service for South East Wales (EAS), explores ongoing reforms to education in Wales and new initiatives to improve provision for more able learners across Wales.
 
Education in Wales is being reformed. From curriculum to assessment and teacher training, regions and schools are at the heart of this “self-improving” transformation. 
 
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