Research and Development

A Cambridge Teaching Schools Network Blog

May 27, 2020

How can schools can be optimised for students that don’t have the raw intelligence other students have? SENCO, Phil Heath discusses why is it important for teachers to plan for differentiation in the online lessons and tasks they set in order to support all students to...

May 20, 2020

Name: Dean Boddington

Email: Dboddington@rab.academy

Subject/focus/phase: Year 1 / Reading

Job title: Class Teacher/ Reading for Pleasure Lead

Place of work: RA Butler Academy

Twitter handle: @MisterBodd

Dean has been teaching at RAB for the last eight years. Working across...

May 15, 2020

Research Blogger Megan Smart shares her top 'go to' research on Secondary Science

May 6, 2020

Research Blogger John Canavan shares his top 'go to' research on Primary Maths

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“A researching school is an improving school”

 

CTSN recognises the importance of being at the forefront of educational research. Research and Development is therefore one of the main activities of CTSN.

Conscious of the benefits of teachers being reflective practitioners, schools within the network each have their own well-established Research Communities.

 

These comprise groups of lively, enthusiastic and dedicated teachers at different stages of their careers involved in a wide range of Action Research projects.

 

These groups engender cross-curricular conversations where good practice is shared and also provide a vehicle for teachers to be reflective about their own classroom practice.

 

The impact of all of this is a heightened quality of experience for the students at the schools where innovation becomes common place.

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