Teaching & Learning Blog
Welcome to the Teaching and Learning blog.
This is a place where we share the innovation and planning that results in excellent learning by our students everywhere, every day. It gives a flavour of some of the thinking and expertise behind developments in our practice and gives an insight into what makes for Great Teaching at Carshalton High School For Girls.
- 20/01/22In the Autumn term several CHSG teachers engaged with a research project being organised by the University of Bedfordshire which focused on using ‘priming’ techniques that promote secure, long-term knowledge and understanding.Read Full Story
No Opt OutNo Hands-up Questioning At the start of this academic year, the Teaching and Learning team decided that we would revisit and reinvigorate our approach to no hands-up questioning. In short, we want to develop a culture of ‘No...Read Full Story
Student Leadership at CHSGAt CHSG we strongly believe student leadership is one of the essential strands of personal development.Read Full Story
Remote EducationOver the past year teachers across the world have adapted to a newfound realm of education online in order to continue to teach students during school closures due the global pandemic.Read Full Story
#CanDoMusic at CHSG#CanDoMusic at CHSG – Teaching Music at CHSG during a pandemicRead Full Story
How we design and use workbooks in Religious StudiesAs an ancient profession, what more is there to teaching than the teacher imparting wisdom to the students, who listen and learn?Read Full Story
WorkbooksLife at Carshalton High School for Girls has changed in so many ways in the last year, and the introduction of workbooks as our primary resource in lessons ranks as possibly the greatest change in Teaching and Learning.Read Full Story
CPD at CHSGAt CHSG we are creating a culture where people are motivated to learn and develop and see the value in their professional development for themselves, their students and for the whole schoolRead Full Story
Developing a Principled CurriculumThe CHSG Curriculum is principled and has clear aims.Read Full Story
Teaching to the Top in Key Stage 3Big Ideas We have worked hard to maximise the level of challenge in our Key Stage 3 Curriculum to ensure that the 2015 Ofsted criticism of Key Stage 3 nationally being ‘wasted years’ does not apply at Carshalton High School For Girls, that in short our curriculum has breadth and...Read Full Story