Research and Development

A Cambridge Teaching Schools Network Blog

January 21, 2020

Name: Zach Beamish

Email: Zbeamish@combertonvc.org

Subject/focus/phase: Whole school wellbeing and mental health

Job title: Assistant Principal with oversight of wellbeing

Place of work: Comberton Village College

Zach Beamish and Annabelle Harder (Gamlingay Village Primary)...

This is the second blog in a series about the recent trip that Ruth, Katie and Jo made to Shanghai, representing the Cambridge Maths Hub.  This post focuses on three primary ideas.

Idea 1: Planning for a misconception and how to address it

In a Year 4 lesson students wer...

In November 2019, three teachers from the Cambridge Maths Hub visited a school in Shanghai to observe mathematics lessons and to talk to teachers.  This is the first of a series of blogs that will explore some of the interesting things they encountered.  It focuses on...

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