In February 2019, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) released their evaluation conclusions that students in schools which have implemented this flexible programme, co-designed between SSAT and Dylan Wiliam, made the equivalent of two months’ additional progress at GCSE.
Why implement the programme?
Improved student achievement
Students made the equivalent of two months’ additional progress
Bespoke leadership support
Tailored to your school’s individual needs to maximise the programme’s impact
Whole-school culture change
Encourages collaboration between teachers and students, and a stronger sense of community
Low cost, high impact
Positive impact on teacher workload and practice at a minimal cost per student
In the light of recent events that have shocked the world, Angelina Idun, director at SSAT, shares personal insights on race, inequality and discrimination. Writing this has not come easy. I have stopped and started quite a few times over Read in full
Dr Mandy Shaw, Lecturer in Criminology at Leeds Beckett University, explores the bullying of young people in this short, research-based paper intended to support practitioners and inform policymaker thinking, which was written during the early days of the Coronavirus pandemic. Read in full
In this webinar, Surita Meyer, assistant head and Thrive trainer at Perseid school shares how the school uses the Thrive approach to inform their practise in supporting the pupils’ emotional well-being and emotional development.