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OTLA English and maths

Maths , GCSE , Functional Skills , English
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OTLA English and maths programme

The OTLA English and maths programme, commissioned by the Education and Training Foundation and managed by a consortium led by Claire Collins Consultancy, aimed to systematically improve the teaching, learning and assessment of English and maths through action research.

Fifty-one providers joined the programme, with teams from across the country joining forces in Zoom rooms to develop new support models to improve learner engagement in  English and maths.

Projects were designed to have reach both within and between organisations. Learners also play an integral role within projects, helping ensure that practices developed were learner-centred, inclusive and supportive of their progress.

You can get a feel for the programme by checking out the OTLA English and maths wakelet.

 

To find out more about previous projects, see the OTLA English Summary booklet. 

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