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Ahead of our upcoming Interventions with Impact conference on 26th March, Keynote speaker Jean Gross CBE was asked about what Ofsted had to say about successful and less successful interventions.
Jean said that the better-known features of quality interventions, such as careful targeting and high-quality training, were well established. However, she also listed the less-familiar features of quality interventions: timing; ownership by class and subject teachers; pupil choice and control; parental involvement; and strong and visible leadership support.
Jean will explore what Ofsted and recent research say about these lesser-known features of quality interventions during her Keynote – helping delegates make informed intervention decisions for their struggling learners.
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