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  • School Experience: A Week In The Life of a DT Teacher

    20th May 2017

    Emma Richards left Weydon last year after taking her GCSEs. She joined the DT team for a week to gain some teaching experience and to discover if teaching might be the path for her.

    Find out what Emma had to say about her week. 

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  • Improving student resilience through collaboration

    15th February 2017

    Curriculum teams have recently been grouped into Faculties at Weydon. The advantages of the new system are already beginning to bear fruit and this blog is about one of these. A strategy to increase student resilience through collaborative working.

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  • Miss Donia talks about what inspired her to teach languages in the UK

    13th February 2017

    Valeria Donia teaches languages at Weydon School in Farnham. In this interview, she talks openly and frankly about why she chose to teach languages and why in the UK. 

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  • ‘All Google Eyed!’

    21st June 2016

    Technology is a powerful tool in the classroom. Not only does it increase engagement and develop a creative and collaborative approach to learning, it can also be used by the teacher to embed formative assessment and successfully reduce the marking load which plagues us all. Computing, Business and RE curriculum areas at Weydon have been using ‘Google Forms’ and Socrative as the focus for their action research projects and their findings have had a massive impact on student outcomes and teacher workload.

     

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  • Making the learning vi2ible

    21st June 2016

    John Hattie’s book Visible Learning states that teachers and leaders need to be continually aware of the impact they are having on their students by analysing evidence and making the decisions about how best to change the approach to ensure maximum progress for all.

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