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Why focus on more able?
Why focus on more able learners?
NACE | 31 May 2019

This question lies at the heart of NACE's formation and our ongoing efforts to improve provision for the more able. Here we tackle it head-on...

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Why focus on more able?
Common myths and misconceptions
NACE | 13 May 2019

How many of these common myths and misconceptions about more able learners have you encountered? Time to get myth-busting!

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Identification and transition
Identification: beyond the numbers
NACE | 8 July 2019

Getting hung up on percentages? Follow this guidance to develop a holistic, whole-school approach to identifying more able learners.

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Curriculum, teaching and support
Five steps to embed teaching for creativity
Professor Bill Lucas | 10 July 2019

Bill Lucas, Director of the Centre for Real-World Learning, University of Winchester, on how to embed creativity in teaching and learning.

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Curriculum, teaching and support
8 ways to develop independent learning skills
NACE | 17 April 2019

Check out these tried-and-tested approaches to support independent learning, shared at our spring term member meetup.

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Leadership and governance
Ofsted update: new inspection framework
Chris Jones | 17 May 2019

An update on the results of Ofsted's consultation on proposed changes to the inspection framework, including the three new inspection judgements.

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