UK primary school helps students work toward tangible goals

02/26/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Kate McGee, headteacher at Manor Primary School in London writes in this blog post that her school has hit the "nail on the head" with its practical curriculum that allows students to work toward tangible outcomes to classroom learning. McGee notes that the technique of engaging students in practical activities is particularly useful at the school where students speak 53 different languages.

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