This publication is designed for school leaders who want to explore the concepts of mastery and depth. It is written in such a way that it guides the reader through a process to explore these, posing questions and possibilities.
The purpose of the publication is provoke thinking in order to bring clarity about the possible ways of promoting mastery and depth in the classroom. The format of the publication allows leaders to use the contents as ready-made staff training. - saving hours.
Feedback from a London Headteacher stated, 'This publication has provoked the best discussion we have had in years'. Part one
of the publication unpicks the notions of mastery and depth within the new national curriculum, outlining possible characteristics of mastery. It also includes audits for school leaders and their staff to complete regarding curriculum design, teaching resources, lesson design and teaching & differentiation. Part two
of the publication includes 17 case studies from schools outlining what mastery might look like in the classroom. The case studies cover Year 1 to Year 6.
"The text is a useful resource for primary schools with its exemplars and reflective questions, with a main strength being a holistic approach to mastery within a wider context of assessment." "I think the text is a useful resource for primary schools with its exemplars and reflective questions, with a main strength being a holistic approach to mastery within a wider context of assessment."UK Ed ChatClick here to read the full UKEdChat Review