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Brettenham Primary School in north London has used a structure of playtime activity to dramatically improve standards of behaviour and academic achievement.
This programme looks at how Brettenham has adopted a sports orientated playtime activity, which in turn, has dramatically improved standards of behaviour and achievement.
Under the guidance of deputy head, Deborah Hall, the school has invested in a wide range of equipment and TAs to provide pupils, not just with diverse playtime activity, but a sports lead programme of play.
It's a sporting theme that goes deeper than most schools' programmes, teaching children tactics, strategies and sporting ethics.
How is it funded? How does it work? What does it require? And what are the benefits for the pupils and staff of this multi cultural school? This programme answers these core questions.
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Part of the series: School Matters