National Exceptionally Able Student project


 
South Wilts has recently worked with NACE (National Association of Able Children in Education) and the GSHA (Grammar School Heads Association) to develop a website that provides educators throughout the UK with a professional, authoritative and meaningful research resource to help implement best practice in secondary schools. This project identifies the essential elements for schools in any context that will stretch exceptional learners and help schools and students reveal and nurture underlying abilities more.

The project, called ATLAS for Advanced Teaching and Learning for Able Students,  was launched in Oxford at the end of November and is online for other schools to utilise. Our research focused on student leadership, and specifically the development and success of our Academic Mentoring programme. The full research project can be accesses here: Research Project


Created: Monday, December 13, 2010 | School News Page

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