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MLE Article from this month's Ed Gazette

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Started by Mark Osborne 21 May 2014 10:19am () Replies (2)

Really enjoyed reading this article about Vauxhill Primary's approach to MLEs:

"Variable space has been a way of life for us here at Vauxhall School for as long as any of us can remember. It is a model that can work for everyone, yet presents challenges. It’s not the only way to set up collaborative classrooms, but it works for us – and we wouldn’t have it any other way! It works because our teachers believe in the benefits that flexible space provides for the children and for themselves. It is a highly collaborative and organised approach to learning and teaching." 


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  • Neill O'Reilly (View all users posts) 26 Jun 2014 4:59am ()

    Great to see ! There is a risk that the concept of collaborative teaching could be hijacked by the new MLEs across the country- I would suggest that this school is one of many who have been into it for years quite quietly!

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