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          Most Able Students

          Most Able students (formerly known as 'Gifted and Talented') have been defined as those students who have one or more abilities developed to a level significantly ahead of their year group (or with the potential to develop these abilities). 

          Talented pupils demonstrate a talent or skill in creative or sporting fields in and/or out of school. In all definitions there is the recognition of the distinction between the term more able and the term talented. Most Able students appear to be more able over a wider range of academic areas while talented students appear to generally excel in one particular creative area.

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          Most Able students comprise around 5-10% of the academy population. At Harris Garrard Academy we identify the Most Able students in all subjects. 

          The Leader for Most Able is Eleanor Maddocks and the Leader for Talented is Esther Alonge. Further documents and policies relating to our support for ‘most able' students can be downloaded from our Equalities and additional intervention page.


          How does the academy identify Most Able students?

          having a Key Stage 2 fine score in Maths and English of level 5.4 or above

          OR

          having a Key Stage 2 score in Maths and English of level 5.0 or above if they are a Pupil Premium student

          OR

          having a CATS test score in the top 10% nationally

          OR

          showing exceptional attainment in a range of subjects in the first term of Year 7.


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          In addition to using data provided by primary schools, Most Able students will be identified over time using:

          • Subject identification criteria – reviewed at the start of the year and published to all staff and students
          • Subject area nominations – based on relevant assessment profiles using multiple types of quality assessment including teacher assessment
          • Assessment results – such as standard tests, CATs and examination performance externally and internally
          • Most Able Leader nomination – using data that tracks the performance of students, the Most Able Leader will also examine nominations to make sure the correct students are identified and placed on the register.
          • Parent consultation – we will consider parental nomination and welcome any background, knowledge or evidence of a pupil’s work done at home if appropriate. This information will be cross referenced to performance data and the academy decision is final. 

          What are the opportunities and events for Most Able students?

          There are many opportunities for Most Able students which can include:

          • The Brilliant Club – 12 arts and humanities students will be mentored through an assignment by a PhD research student in half term 4.
          • The Challenge Project – KS3 pupils attend masterclasses in key subject areas from across the curriculum. They will hone their knowledge and develop practical skills with the support of subject specialists.
          • Literacy and Numeracy leaders
          • School productions
          • Theatre trips
          • Drama workshops

          Model of support for Most Able students at Harris Garrard Academy

          Model for most able students

           

           

          Daniel Smith: Head of Academy
          Harris Garrard Academy,
          Yarnton Way, Thamesmead, Erith, Kent, DA18 4DW
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