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Research and analysis

Making teaching and learning consistent and innovative

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Ofsted good practice example showing how Cramlington Learning Village provides consistent and innovative teaching and learning.

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Cramlington Learning Village - Good practice example.doc

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This example shows how students make outstanding progress in a broad range of subjects in this large secondary school. The innovative teaching and learning policy and an accelerated learning cycle are underpinned by a well-developed, in-house programme of continuing professional development (CPD). These methods are key to Cramlington Learning Village’s success.