Let’s Think Day – Cognitive Acceleration in Action

If you are interested in observing Let’s Think lessons in a secondary school then look no further. Ruislip High School, Hillingdon, is hosting a special day of Let’s Think teaching. Please sign up by following this link.


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The Let’s Think Forum is a registered charity led by a group of academics, teachers and tutors. We work with teachers through professional development programmes and the provision of exemplar lessons in English, mathematics and science.

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‘The Wonder Years’

By Laurie Smith

This is the title of the Parents and Teachers for Excellence Conference I attended on 26th January. It focussed on the knowledge-rich curriculum, but I found it surprisingly helpful from a Let’s Think viewpoint. Parents and Teachers for Excellence (PTE) is a high-powered pressure group set up in 2016 to promote a knowledge-rich curriculum in […]

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‘But Pupil X never talks! How did you get them to talk?’

By Leah Crawford

I became aware, very early in my Let’s Think journey that teachers noticed a change in learners’ willingness to contribute and engage, even in the first few lessons.  Learners who were ordinarily, shy, lacking confidence or even previously disaffected seemed to forget their previous selves. Now I am a tutor and demonstrate lessons with unfamiliar […]

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