Report examining the gap - including 15 key lessons informing our practical work with teachers and senior leaders. Clear and actionable recommendations for teachers on a range of high-priority issues, based on the best available evidence. We publish independent, rigorous evaluations to build understanding of how to improve teaching and learning. Our Research Schools aim to lead the way in the use of evidence-based practice and bring research closer to schools. EEF is engaged in a wide variety of partnership work with Local Authorities, multi-academy trusts, teaching schools and new informal alliances of schools. Rapid evidence assessment examining the existing research to support the remote learning of pupils.
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Academic success stems from hard work and good study habits. Teachers and parents are prime resources for ambitious students, but even the most disciplined academics require outside help along the way - new and better ways of uncovering answers and learning to think analytically. Student needs are not going to be the same at all scholastic levels, so homework assistance zeros-in on the needs of specific age-groups. Laying the groundwork for college begins at an early age and consistent academic performance - even at the elementary school level - leads to higher education opportunities.
Students are asked to check their SCDSB email for information and an order form for their cap and gown. Grad photo booking information will be sent to student emails soon. Grad Photo appointments have been cancelled.