Students who have experienced Summer Learning Loss consistently across their early school years can be on average, 2 years behind their peers and two-thirds of the income-based achievement gap is attributed to Summer Learning Loss. When only 48% of parents have heard of the ‘summer slide’ and only 38% of lower-income parents have heard of it, it’s important that as educators we can give parents and students the tools they need to get back up to speed over the summer break.
In this exciting new session, produced in collaboration with My Tutor, we are exploring the interventions, tips and tricks needed to do just that.
Join Education & Student Careers Expert and Head of Careers at Windsor Boys School Jo Lane and experts from My Tutor as they work through interesting activities that can provide the 2-3 hours per week needed during the summer to prevent Summer Learning Loss.
Who will benefit?
KS3/KS4 educators who are looking for ways to further support their students’ development over the summer break.
When will the event take place?
Date: Tuesday 07 May 2019
Time: 5:30pm – 6:15pm
Click here to book your free place now.
Speaker Profile: Jo Lane
Head of Careers at The Windsor Boys’ School, Jo Lane has had over 8 years of experience in educational settings including FE colleges and secondary schools.
Teaching business whilst completing her part-time PGCE at Greenwich University, she transferred her business skills into the classroom and these skills resulted in her providing students with a range of vocational learning experiences linked to the curriculum, including setting up businesses and creating a youth music festival for local performers.
She is motivated to provide pupils or all abilities with the opportunity to be successful in school and helping them secure the right path for their future career