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What was planned?

Ten schools were selected on the basis of them having very low but accurate Foundation Stage profile (FSP) data, high numbers of children in the most disadvantaged 20 per cent of the local authority (LA) population and the capacity for change.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Making a big difference (MABD) case study: narrowing the gap using MABD approaches in Waltham Forest

Ten schools were selected on the basis of them having very low but accurate Foundation Stage profile (FSP) data, high numbers of children in the most disadvantaged 20 per cent of the local authority (LA) population and the capacity for change.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Lessons learned and next steps

Ten schools were selected on the basis of them having very low but accurate Foundation Stage profile (FSP) data, high numbers of children in the most disadvantaged 20 per cent of the local authority (LA) population and the capacity for change. The data from July 2008 indicated that this programme had had a very significant impact on children's outcomes.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Impact and verification

Ten schools were selected on the basis of them having very low but accurate Foundation Stage profile (FSP) data, high numbers of children in the most disadvantaged 20 per cent of the local authority (LA) population and the capacity for change. Practitioners have been enthusiastic in their responses.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

What was done, when and how?

Ten schools were selected on the basis of them having very low but accurate Foundation Stage profile (FSP) data, high numbers of children in the most disadvantaged 20 per cent of the local authority (LA) population and the capacity for change. A decision was taken to contact headteachers of selected schools in July 2007 and seek their agreement to streamline a package of support that would improve outcomes and that schools would feel able to sustain in the long term.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011