Most able is a term used to describe students with particular academic, creative or sporting ability. Although there are some common characteristics by which most able students can be identified, there are additional, subject specific characteristics. Students identified as having talent or exceptional ability are encouraged to achieve their full potential both inside and outside the classroom.
The school’s primary focus is to develop a wide range of innovative learning and teaching classroom strategies that will particularly benefit those students identified as being the most able.
Some of our most able Y8 and Y9 pupils are reading pieces of fiction in the target language through the LRC Anna Davies and Jem Adamson in Y8 have completed the first level: Bronze and have received a certificate. Congratulations!