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Improving Learning Outcomes

Teaching and support staff from the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, Newman Catholic College, St Mary’s University, St Vincent’s Primary School and Our Lady and the Visitation Primary School Greenford came together on Monday 20 February for a cross-school event entitled ‘Improving learning outcomes across all school groups’.
Hosted by the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School, the day featured a wide range of expert speakers sharing their best practice across a broad array of educational themes. Over 150 participants at different stages in their teaching careers were able to consider and discuss a range of professional development, ranging from the best use of new data to support learning, through to innovative techniques for cultivating creativity in the classroom. Feedback from the event was extremely positive and shows how Cardinal Vaughan and its partner schools continue to spearhead outstanding teaching and learning across west London and beyond.

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