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Powerful Pedagogy

At Bushey Meads we are fortunate to attract each and every year some superb student teachers and newly qualified teachers who come to work in our great school. Often they are the ones who learn about and use all the latest pedagogical strategies in their lessons to maximise progress for students. On Friday morning one of our Early Career Teachers (ECTs) and superb geographer Mr Sylvester spoke to all staff about the hugely successful strategy of Synopticity and the linking of big ideas between concepts and theories.

He provided a simple method which could be used by us all to encourage this in classrooms across the school and it made for a great start to the day. It was another example of our strong culture of sharing best practice and utilising and nurturing young talent in our profession.

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