Research and analysis

Promoting reading and maths, science and technology through Dr Who

Ofsted good practice example showing how Nottinghamshire County Council uses Doctor Who to promote family learning.

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Nottinghamshire County Council - good practice example.doc

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Nottinghamshire ACLS has developed an innovative approach of using a popular TV programme, Doctor Who, to promote family learning by encouraging children and parents to work together, develop their literacy and communication skills and, at the same time, promote an interest in mathematics, science and technology.