Development of policies for highly able learners

Updated: Jul 19, 2019

Teachers in schools have been asking for a guide to writing policies for Highly Able Learners. Here some questions that may assist:

Name

* What will you call your policy?

Definition

* Who are these students?

Rationale

* What is the purpose of your policy?

Aims

* What are you trying to achieve through the implementation of the policy?

Provisions

* What provisions will you make for highly able learners? Responsibilities

* Who are the people whose actions will directly impact the education of the cohort?

Evaluation?

* Who will evaluate your policy?

Review  

* When will the policy be reviewed?

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