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    Let's Think in English Evaluation - KS3
    by Greg Braham - Wednesday, 19 November 2014, 10:39 AM

    Let's Think in English Evaluation
    Let’s Think in English is a new teaching programme created since 2009 to help students develop the thinking skills necessary for success in English. This is particularly important with the coming changes to GCSE English and their inevitable effect on Key Stage 3 teaching. The evaluation outlines the results achieved in the schools selected to participate in the initial Hampshire trial.

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    Reviewing the KS3 curriculum - Hamsphire Document
    by Greg Braham - Wednesday, 19 November 2014, 10:38 AM

    KS3 Curriculum Guide
    This document has been written and compiled to support secondary English subject leaders and departments in their journey to revise KS3 curriculum planning and pedagogy in line with the new National curriculum programme of study and the revised GCSEs. It is the product of collaborative work with selected Hampshire English departments and with Hampshire’s Rights and Diversity Education team.

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    School Library Service - Boys Reading Conference
    by Greg Braham - Thursday, 10 July 2014, 7:49 PM

    Struggling to engage boys in reading?

    The School Library Service are holding a reading conference with keynote speaker Gary Wilson, an independent reading consultant, and the author, Mini Grey.

    The course will set in context the full complexity of why boys underachieve in schools and explore in...

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