Kirsty Langley-Kara, Lead Mentor for the WADADM maths programme and Emma van Deventer, Transitions Project Manager, Norwich Opportunity Area
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Learn more about the impact of mentoring for the mentor and the impact for students on achievement and attainment from Kirsty Langley-Kara, Lead Mentor for WADADM maths programme and Emma van Deventer, Transitions Project Manager, Norwich Opportunity Area.
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Summer Step Up Programme - supporting Year 11s transitioning to Post 16 education
Year 11 pupils faced a significant interruption to their learning as a result of the Covid-19 restrictions which closed schools to most pupils in March 2020, alongside the cancellation of national exams.
The What A Difference A Day Makes (WADADM) project was adapted during the pandemic to support new Year 12 students to re-sit their Year 11 GCSE exams, given the disruption to learning they had faced during Year 11 in Spring and Summer 2020.
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