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Exploring how to tackle attainment gaps, retention and progression.

Principal focus of the project

This expansive ETF programme focussed on exploring outstanding teaching, learning and assessment in regard to attainment, retention and progression.

Areas of learning
What is this about and what were the main findings?

Thirteen collaborative projects, involving 42 providers and over 200 practitioners (including student support assistants) from across the sector, participated.These projects explored topics such as initial diagnostics, improving GCSE Maths grades, assessment tracking, mindfulness and promoting EDI - producing some valuable research and outcomes.

Number of participants who worked with the project
100+
Learners
10+
Organisations
50+
Staff
Name(s) of authors

Claire Collins, David Prinn and Dr. Andy Convery (ccConsultancy), Di Thurston (Newcastle College), Prof. Jean McNiff (York St. John University)

Name of associate programmes

OTLA 3

Summary

An extensive booklet containing a summary and evaluation of the work undertaken by the North East and Cumbria team as part of OTLA Phase 3.