“UNLOCKING THE UNDISCOVERED POTENTIAL IN EVERY CHILD!”

It’s not what sport children play, but how they play it that matters

Theconversation.com reports: Sport is massive and it’s everywhere: on TV, in videogames, and on the streets. As a consequence, myths about the inherent greatness of sport have grown. One such myth is the belief that sport itself is ideally suited to help disadvantaged young people develop “socially” and “psychologically”. And that sport is capable of […]

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Time For Change: An Assessment of Government Policies on Social Mobility 1997-2017

For young people, the last two decades have seen major changes to post-16 education with the school age rising to 18, access to higher education being widened and apprenticeships being recreated. These reforms have consumed a significant amount of public money and government effort but progress has been too slow and results have been too […]

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Tackling challenging behaviour in the classroom

Challenging behaviour is one of the most difficult problems that teachers can face. Julian Stanley writing for SecEd offers some practical advice and support. Budget cuts have forced many schools to cut staff numbers, which in turn, as many of you may be experiencing, can leave teachers without adequate support in managing difficult student behaviour […]

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Prince’s Trust education report reveals that soft skills – such as teamwork, communication and confidence – are considered to be as important to achieving success in life as good grades. Do you agree?

Why soft skills are important While young people consider maths and literacy to be the most important things to learn at school, soft skills (including confidence and communication) are next in line – ahead of subjects like IT and languages. When asked why they think these skills are so important, 62% of young people said […]

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The things every child with autism wishes you knew

Theconversation.com reports that we are often quick to make judgements on what we perceive to be happening when children behave in a way that draws attention – but when a young person with autism is struggling to cope with the world, the last thing they need is our criticism. These 10 tips reflect our combined […]

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50-50 LAB Capture transforms EYFS provision!

50-50 SYNC has launched its LAB Capturing app for children in Reception year in a 600 pupil primary School. There are 3 reception classes in the School totalling 90 children and each of the pupils needs to be photographed in dozens of areas of learning every term. This amounts to thousands of pages of photo […]

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50-50 SYNC Alternative Education Provision running 50-50 LAB!

50-50 SYNC runs an off-site alternative provision for pupils on short and long term exclusion from mainstream or special Schools. The Senior Mentors use LAB Score to support the referrerd pupils, including those with complex needs and those with extreme challenging behaviour, helping them to improve their growth-mindsets and to change their negative feelings towards […]

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Disadvantaged pupils ‘falling further behind’, study finds

Children & Young People Now reports that the attainment gap between the most disadvantaged pupils and their peers has worsened over the past decade, analysis of government data has revealed. Analysis by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) found that children defined as “persistently disadvantaged” – those who are entitled to free school meals for 80 […]

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LAB Score launching to 500+ pupils and up to 1000 parents during Spring 2017!

50-50 SYNC are launching their 50-50 LAB Score – Character Skill development app across 530 pupils in one mainstream School. All the pupils from years 1 – 6 in the School will be scored on applying various Character Skills to every learning objective these Scores will enable them to unlock various roles, awards and certificates. […]

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50-50 SYNC Alternative Education Provision running 50-50 LAB!

50-50 SYNC runs an off-site alternative provision for pupils on short and long term exclusion from mainstream or special Schools. The Senior Mentors use LAB Score to support the referrerd pupils, including those with complex needs and those with extreme challenging behaviour, helping them to improve their growth-mindsets and to change their negative feelings towards […]

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DISADVANTAGED PUPILS ‘FALLING FURTHER BEHIND’, STUDY FINDS

Children & Young People Now reports that the attainment gap between the most disadvantaged pupils and their peers has worsened over the past decade,

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DISADVANTAGED PUPILS ‘FALLING FURTHER BEHIND’, STUDY FINDS

Children & Young People Now reports that the attainment gap between the most disadvantaged pupils and their peers has worsened over the past decade,

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Our ethos is 50-50:

“Meeting each other half-way!”

Out social mission is SYNC

“Skilling Youth, Networking Communities!”

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“Community Interest Company.”

Our product for Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 is 50-50 LAB:

“Learning, Attainment & Behaviour.”

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“Profile & Attitude Development.”

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