Applying Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction to Support Disadvantaged Pupils | Primary

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Claire Grimes Assistant headteacher, teaching & learning lead and author
Webinar 49min

This webinar will provide expert guidance on applying Rosenshine’s principles of instruction to support disadvantaged pupils. With a focus on two tenets of the theory – ‘provide models’ and ‘check for understanding’, it will offer a range of activities and examples of how the theory translates into classroom practice.

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For: Leaders, teachers 

Aim: This webinar will provide expert guidance on applying Rosenshine’s principles of instruction to support disadvantaged pupils. With a focus on two tenets of the theory – ‘provide models’ and ‘check for understanding’, it will offer a range of activities and examples of how the theory translates into classroom practice.

Why this webinar’s important: Data from the 2023 annual report of The Education Policy Institute in the UK highlights the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers which widens as pupils make their way through school. The post-pandemic gap for reception-aged pupils widened in 2022 to 4.8 months – the largest since 2014.