7 steps to raising and sustaining attainment through clever curriculum planning | Richard McFahn

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Are interventions worth it?

How much time do you spend on ‘interventions’?  How busy are you with year 11/12/13 weekly intervention, after school revision sessions, easter catch up, lunch time drop ins, emails home for those who haven’t and probably won’t ever attend, logging this attendance on SIMs…

All of these things take up so much time.

Too much time.

It might please your line manager in meetings when she looks on the tracking data base, but how effective is all of this really? Do you…

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