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      Student blog by Year 8 student Billy Griffiths This does not feel like a normal week at Neale-Wade Academy, the anticipation is growing as we prepare for Princess Anne’s visit to the academy. We are all excited and proud that she has decided to spend the afternoon on the Wednesday 21st January with us. A […]
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      This week has been pretty eventful for Neale-Wade Academy from cross country and year 7 five-a-side football in Ely , to a mini year 8 parent consultation, year 10 open book evening and a very exciting year 12 trip to London for a literature event. This week there are still a few things going on […]
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      Are you excited for Neale-Wade’s latest news? We have many events packed into this week, ranging over all year groups. To start the week off we have Year 7 girls playing 5-a-side football at the City of Ely. Don’t worry if you’re not in it this year, never give up, you never know what the […]

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      Top tips for mastering differentiation through SOLO. Tip 1: The verbs in SOLO taxonomy are excellent for differentiation as the learning tasks progressively become more challenging. Tip 2: Students can start at different SOLO outcomes and their learning can take them to differing stages. Tip 3: Each element of the SOLO lesson could be differentiated. The […]
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      I have started to use the stickers with my 10n4 English Literature class. One particularly successful process was as follows: -          Students answered a 10 mark question cold on ‘An Inspector Calls’. -          Students stuck the sticker in and handed their books in. -          You can see below that this response doesn’t specifically identify the […]
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      Giving effective feedback In our training we have been looking at ways that we can get students to think about the feedback that they have been given and act upon it. Many staff spend hours marking students’ books which the students dutifully read. However, sometimes we do not make the most of the feedback time […]

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