Research and analysis

Using key workers to improve outcomes for trainees

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Suffolk and Norfolk Primary SCITT has developed a leadership and management structure and responsive ethos with a positive impact on trainee progress, attainment and completion rates. Trainees get a keyworker for personalised support leading to accelerated progress and excellent outcomes for trainees.

Published 21 May 2014