At Etone College we are committed to being researched informed to ensure we deliver the best education to our pupils possible.
To that end our staff are dedicated to their own professional development and take part in lots of opportunities both internally and externally to ensure our pedagogical approach is as effective as possible. This year we have been thrilled to see a record number of staff complete National Professional Qualification courses and interact with our membership to the National College.
However, we also see it as our duty as one of the top providers in our area to be a part of leading the research. With Education Evidence Leads, EEF affiliated research projects and facilitators for a range of training courses we ensure we do our bit to developing the world of education.
We are therefore thrilled to share the recent success of Deputy, Miss Stafford who has recently been published by the Gateway Alliance sharing Etone’s efforts in providing effective transition for pupils from KS2 to KS3. The Gateway Alliance are a leading provider of professional development and providing school improvement support, who have been o instrumental in sharing research that helps schools to progress across the country.
It is a great honour to be featured in their most recent edition of their materials and on their website and a testament to the efforts of Miss Stafford and the wider transition team. Thank you to the GA for sharing our approach. To find out more about our transition provision check out the article here: https://gatewayalliance.co.uk/spotlight-on-transition-how-can-we-plan-for-effective-transition-to-support-pupils-and-teachers/