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What happens to students once they fall down the secondary school rabbit hole?


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We have a new article from secondary school English Teacher, Alice Hagger. Alice writes about how her school, and in particular the English Department, will be supporting the transition from Year 6 for a very special cohort of Year 7 children.  

https://eyfs.info/articles.html/primary/what-happens-to-students-once-they-fall-down-the-secondary-school-rabbit-hole-r323/

This article is all about transition, and as Alice mentions, transitions are always happening for children, after the Christmas holidays, from the end of one week to the next, from one setting to another, from one adult to another. Transitions are not confined to changing year groups. Alice shows how teachers of older children are thinking about change for their pupils all the time, and especially now in 2020. 

Are there any similarities between older and younger children and their transitions? How are you supporting transition for children coming into your class, at whatever age or stage, in September? 

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