This 25 minute interview, with Anthony Mitchell, headteacher of Glenfall Community Primary School, in Cheltenham, covers all the ways in which, from a school management perspective, teaching for mastery has been embedded throughout the school.
If you would like to listen to a specific section only, you can save time by following the links here below:
- Timetable Changes
- Classroom Organisation
- Where Pupils Sit In Maths Lessons
- Teachers’ Planning (Expectations)
- Marking And Assessment
- Staff Learning And Collaboration
- Professional Leeway Given To Teachers
- Keeping Parents Informed
- Pupils’ Reactions
- Explaining Mixed Attainment To The Children
- Concrete Signs Of Impact
- SEND Pupils
[NB: if you want to show just one of these sections at a staff meeting or workshop where there isn’t a secure Internet connection, we suggest you download the whole video, then, once downloaded, move the blue time bar along to the section you’re interested in, and press PLAY.]
If you’d like to join a primary Teaching for Mastery Work Group with your local Maths Hub, you can read about opportunities on our Primary teaching for mastery opportunities page.