On average secondary teachers spend 7.3 hours of their working week on individual planning and preparation of lessons.
Working collaboratively can help make planning time more efficient, freeing you up to focus on what effective teaching means for your students.
Adding the final foot: making planning collaborative
“In many schools planning a lesson is focused chiefly on creating resources…[it] is less about how to get children to understand the learning, and more about creating the stuff to be learned." (Facer, 2019: 40)
In this session we will discuss how to make planning at KS3 more collaborative to improve outcomes for all pupils, with particular reference to our unique co-planning approach.
Hosted by Nick Wallace, Head of Programme Design
As teachers ourselves, we understand how extraordinarily difficult this period has been for all schools. We have made some important changes to our mastery programmes this year to help support you in the months ahead.