What intervention strategies do you use for pupils not making progress?

Some pupils don’t make progress either as fast as we would like, or even at all. Behind every pupil standing still are many personal reasons specific to them and no single intervention strategy is going to get all pupils back on track. However, that is not to say that intervention strategies are a waste of time. I look at them as a toolkit and the more tools you have in your kit, the more likely it is you are going to be able ‘fix’ the learning block.

I would like Great Maths Teaching Ideas’ readers to talk about intervention strategies you have used in your own departments/ classrooms. Additional 121 tuition? Reducing class sizes? Parent and pupil classes after school? Please comment on which have been effective and what you learned from them. Feel free also to talk about things that weren’t successful and the reasons why…

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