Resources, advice and guidance

Our content is designed to address a variety of teaching and learning contexts. We have curated a range of useful resources from other organisations, making them easily accessible in one place through our search filter function. 

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Microsoft Teams for SEND support

Helen Savory from the Education Alliance has created this short guide to using Microsoft Teams using specific features to support students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The guide explores live document sharing for collaboration (modelling and scaffolding), use of class notebook for collaboration (including audio) and immersive reader...
Microsoft Teams for SEND support

Online safety in home learning - Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

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Online safety in home learning – Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

Learning design for home learning - Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

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Learning design for home learning – Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

Maintaining a dialogue with pupils - Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

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Maintaining a dialogue with pupils – Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

Return to school

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Return to school

Fostering a sense of belonging - Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

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Fostering a sense of belonging – Elodie Nelson, year 5 teacher

Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching

This report, Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning, provides teachers and policymakers with an accessible resource on how to best support students through distance learning, with a particular focus on students where this may be most challenging – including students with SEND and younger students –...
Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching

Designing online learning

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Designing online learning

The Naace Self Review Framework (SRF) strategic tool

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The Naace Self Review Framework (SRF) strategic tool