Weekly Round-Up: 3rd July 2022

Blog of the Week

What is the link between feedback and teaching? Tom Needham

Tom explores the important links between practice, feedback and how they fit into the teaching cycle.


Dispelling the Challenges of WritingFran Haynes

Fran shares some brilliant strategies to support pupils with spelling.

Research School Blog

Three blogs this week:

What have we learnt about tackling educational disadvantage?

Implementation case study:  Harbour Primary & Nursery School, East Sussex

A new Research School Director for Durrington

Other Useful Links

And finally…

DMAT is looking to grow!

We are looking to grow our trust and are interested in speaking to like-minded schools.  

  • In light of the white paper are you exploring academisation?
  • Do you want to join us and write the story for a growing multi-academy trust?
  • Are you interested in utilising the expertise of our own Research School and SCITT to enhance teacher development and recruitment in your school?
  • Are you looking for a trust that is respectful of retaining a school’s unique characteristics and autonomy, as well as being committed to collaborative working?

If the answer to the above questions is yes, then come along to our forthcoming MAT information evening on 29th September to hear more.  Click here for further details and to register a place for the event and here to find out more about DMAT.

Deep Dive Days 2022-23: Booking Open!

Next year the Durrington Research School will be offering a range of one-day workshops on EEF guidance reports and evidence reviews.  You can now book your place here.

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