About     Daily deals     

Search

Search found 1458 items

Search results

NAGTY occasional paper 7: First annual post-18 survey of gifted and talented students

This report presents the findings of the first annual survey of post-18 members of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY). The purpose of the survey was to enable NAGTY to gain a picture of its students’ views on their involvement with NAGTY, and to capture data about their educational attainments and post-school destinations.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 4: The first annual survey of the workloads and support needs of Gifted and Talented coordinators in secondary schools in England

This report presents the findings of the firstd annual survey of those members of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) who had completed their secondary education and were leaving NAGTY as alumni. The purposes of the survey are to enable NAGTY to gain a picture of its students’ views on their involvement with NAGTY, and to capture data about their educational attainments and post-school destinations.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 4a: Policy implications of the first annual survey of the workloads and support needs of Gifted and Talented coordinators in secondary schools in England

The report presents the first annual survey of the workloads and support needs of gifted and talented coordinators in secondary schools in England. The purpose of the survey is to gain a national picture of the workloads and support needs of gifted and talented coordinators, and to help policy makers and school leaders to understand the nature and demands of the coordinator's role in practice.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The National Challenge: Raising standards, supporting schools – Gifted and Talented Pilot Programme User guide and Element 1: Leading and managing improvement for gifted and talented education

A booklet to help schools involved in the National Challenge Gifted and Talented (G+T) pilot to support leadership and management of improvement for gifted and talented education. The G+T National Challenge pilot is designed for schools that are supported by National Challenge, are already close to national floor targets and have enough leadership capacity to make it happen.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 19: The darker side of bright students – Gifted and Talented heavy metal fans

This report explores the findings of a research project into the music habits of gifted and talented students. In a survey of members of The National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY) six per cent of student members stated that heavy metal was their favourite genre of music and a third of members rated it within their top five genres.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

NAGTY occasional paper 11: Engagement with school, identity and self-esteem – Some characteristics of gifted and talented students in England

This report analyses a survey of a random sample of enrolled members of the National Academy for Gifted and Talented Youth (NAGTY).The aim of the survey was to identify some characteristics of gifted and talented pupils and find out how they felt about themselves, their schools and their involvement with NAGTY.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

The National Challenge: Raising standards, supporting schools – Gifted and Talented Pilot Programme Element 3: Guidance on pedagogy for gifted and talented education

A booklet to supply schools involved in the National Challenge Gifted and Talented (G+T) pilot with guidance on pedagogy for gifted and talented education. The G+T National Challenge pilot is designed for schools that are supported by National Challenge, are already close to national floor targets and have enough leadership capacity to make it happen.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Improving gifted and talented education: Workshops for senior leaders: Workshop 4: Leading improvement in gifted and talented education

The fourth 60-minute workshop in a series of five to help senior leaders develop gifted and talented provision in primary and secondary schools, this workshop helps schools to develop an effective strategy for change and improvement through a clear and shared understanding of who is responsible and how they are accountable for gifted and talented education, strategic alignment of gifted and talented with whole-school priorities and agreeing how to focus development.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Improving gifted and talented education: Workshops for senior leaders: Workshop 2: Gifted and talented practice in our school: where are we now?

This is the second 60-minute workshop in a series of five to help senior leaders develop gifted and talented education in primary and secondary schools. The workshop focuses on pupils' experiences of learning, provides an overview of evaluative tools and offers an opportunity to review the quality and robustness of the school's current evaluation of gifted and talented education.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Improving gifted and talented education: Workshops for senior leaders: Workshop 5: Small steps to change: planning improvement in gifted and talented education

The fifth and final 60-minute workshop to help senior leaders develop gifted and talented education in primary and secondary schools, this workshop enables schools to develop to build sustainable improvement. The workshop pulls together threads from earlier workshops and takes forward the review and development of improvement planning for gifted and talented education.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011