Seven steps to raising achievement

With lack-lustre GCSE results and a low percentage of pupils making good progress, leaders at Bedford Academy knew decisive action was needed in every department. Here Kayleigh Greenacre, head of arts and sports, reveals the seven strategies that have proved most successful in driving rapid pupil progress.

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