Below you will find links to schools and organisations that we have had the pleasure
of working with who are currently experiencing success with Kagan Structures.
Mills Hill Primary School
Mills Hill Primary School, Chadderton, Oldham, use Kagan training to make tremendous
strides in their academic and social achievement. This
by their Headteacher, Darran Lee, describes the route they charted along with Teacher
to Teacher UK and Kagan Professional Development UK and illustrates impressive gains.
Further information on Mills Hill and Kagan Cooperative Learning can be found on
the NCSL Personalising Learning website:
Mottram St. Andrew Primary School
Mottram are well used to visitors, including International visitors, to the school
to see their methods in action. All the children in the school are familiar with
Kagan Structures from Nursery to Year6.
Prestbury C of E Primary School
Beaver Road Primary School
Beaver Road is a very large high performing primary school in South Manchester.
There are 15 different nationalities represented in the school community with 30%
of the children with English as an Additional Language. Head teacher David How,
with the support of all staff, is engaged in a long term Cooperative Learning training
Fallibroome High School
Led by inspirational Headteacher, Peter Rubery, Fallibroome High School has developed
a great understanding over the last five years of the potential of cooperative learning.
The school have been particularly impressed by the manner in which the structures
could support AfL (Assessment for Learning). AfL places a particularly strong emphasis
upon the provision of opportunities for students to review their work and reflect
upon their strengths and weaknesses. Cooperative structures give the teachers at
Fallibroome the tools by which to manage such activities. Student engagement in
peer assessment activities has been greatly enhanced by the supportive culture created
in the ‘cooperative classrooms’.
Tytherington High School and Specialist Science College
The Learning Brain Europe conference, By Teachers for Teachers
The Learning Brain Europe conference has run successfully on five previous occasions in a terrific venue - The Lowry in Salford
The programme has been built around scientists who can present research into how understanding of neurology should influence education and ‘Strategists’ who can offer classroom techniques to put theory into practice.
Kagan Publishing and Professional Development