Teachers share innovations


- Credit: Archant

TEACHERS in schools across Clevedon have been working together to improve learning in their classrooms.

In a programme organised by St Nicholas Chantry Primary School headteacher, Peter Treasure-Smith, 15 teachers had the chance to observe each other teach and share their ideas and methods.

The initiative is aimed at enabling teachers to develop a shared approach to their work which will benefit all children in the town.

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