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Blog Name / Description No. of Posts Last Activity
Communication and partnership
10 14/07/2020
Curriculum, teaching and support
71 18/09/2020
Identification and transition
6 10/06/2020
Leadership and governance
20 09/09/2020
Monitoring and evaluation
0 No activity
Perspectives on more able
While the education policy landscape changes, those who work in schools will agree on one constant. All young people – regardless of their background, context, attainment levels or any other labels they may acquire – can benefit from and deserve to have their specific needs catered for. This is no less the case for the more able than for any other group. We must ensure that these learners experience high-quality challenge and support to develop their abilities.

As Sir Michael Wilshaw stated in 2016, “if provision for the brightest children is good, it is likely that other groups of learners are also being well served.”

Education is concerned with enhancing learning. Our evidence base is evolving, as we learn from one another, from other countries and increasingly from other disciplines. In this “Perspectives on More Able” series, NACE aims to shine a spotlight on effective policy and practice for the more able, providing a forum for views, opinions and debate.
5 07/02/2020
Professional development
11 09/09/2020
Why focus on more able learners?
2 05/03/2020