Friday, 15 June 2012

‘Toolkit of Strategies to Improve Learning’

The Sutton Trust's brilliant  publication; ‘Toolkit of Strategies to Improve Learning’ summarises some of the research evidence on improving learning and attainment to help schools to make more informed choices about how to support their students. 

It takes different approaches to improving learning in schools, and identifies the strength of the research evidence and then makes an estimate of the costs of adopting that approach. The toolkit also provides guidance on whether the approaches are applicable to primary or secondary school settings, and in which core subjects – English, maths or science. The aim of the toolkit is to encourage schools and teachers to make their own informed choices and adopt a more ‘evidence based’ approach. More than ever, at a time when resources are limited, we need to ensure that we use the things that make the greatest difference to outcomes for our children and young people. You can find the toolkit on the Sutton Trust website at

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