Key Stage 2 teacher Annie Ashraf is challenged to see if she can go from good to outstanding, in this pedagogy and professional development resource.
Top inspector Clare Gillies assesses one of Annie's Year 5 geography lessons at Tetherdown Primary School, Walton-on-the-Naze. And Clare's feedback highlights some clear areas for improvement.
Annie receives CPD training from primary geography expert Wendy North, and advice from voice and communications expert Ulrika Schulte-Baukloh.
Annie then has just three weeks back in the classroom to turn their advice into action before Clare returns to observe a second lesson and deliver her final verdict.
Will Annie move from good to outstanding?
Short video clips aimed at both primary and secondary aged learners
A locally authored website with very useful information. This could provide valuable background information for teachers and more able pupils to explore, especially if you have a visit in mind
Easily navigated information of use in the classroom
Ideas and recources for all Key Stages
This project emphasises four main elements: engaging in practical 'curriculum making'; capturing the sense of motivating ?living geography?; learning outside the classroom; education for sustainable development