Increasing focus is being placed on SPaG (or GPS) in the English curriculum, and as an element of writing that is applicable across all subjects, it is essential to get it right from the very beginning.
Doddle Parent can transform how you communicate with parents. You can share clear, up-to-date assessment and progress information with your parents, across all subjects. Parents see an overview of their child’s strengths, and a detailed list of next steps for learning.
In March 2016 the Independent Teacher Workload Review Groups published three reports. These reports centred on making recommendations to reduce the burden on teachers in the areas of planning and teaching resources, marking, and data management.
In this blog post, Paul Harris explains how a team of student Doddle Champions are making a real difference to students independently accessing Doddle at Howden School.
Doddle Progress offers detailed, powerful feedback about students and classes; provides teachers with tailored content that improves the quality of first teaching, interventions, and revision; and creates genuine motivation with students to improve.
Doddle makes Pupil Premium work for your students.
Doddle helps you to address individual needs, while also providing the foundations that every student responds to: excellent teaching, meaningful feedback, and encouragement to take control of their learning.
Ofsted’s recent report ‘Key Stage 3: The Wasted Years?’ has certainly stimulated a lot of conversation over the last couple of months, not least for what blogger, Sion Humphreys, aptly referred to as its ‘Adrian Mole-like title’.
As the new term begins, schools continue charting unfamiliar waters. In a sea of change, schools are modifying their curricula and practices; which is no small task.
We spoke to Stuart Cousins, Deputy Head at All Saints Catholic College in Huddersfield, about how he uses Doddle to tailor and support his teaching in the classroom.
Jeremy Newnham, Headteacher at Caistor Yarborough shared with us the school’s success at using Doddle to implement the Diagnose, Therapy, Test (DTT) intervention model, and how students have benefited from using Doddle both in and outside of the classroom.