Can Senseless be used to 'close the gap'?
Senseless uses a collaborative learning approach in order to encourage pupils to speak out against racism whilst also raising academic attainment.
Activities are interactive and visually stimulating and so particularly suitable for lower ability groups. The resource can be used for both whole-class and targeted interventions; we recommend a whole-class approach because the resource is designed to take a preventative approach.
It can therefore be used to motivate disadvantaged pupils in order to support schools to ‘close the gap’ within their school environment.
What is the impact of Senseless?
Senseless has been shown to be particularly effective in engaging and motivating young people who are currently failing in English and can support schools work with this group to achieve the Government’s floor standards.
It has been shown to improve young people's achievement in their controlled assessments; see the evidence here.
"Senseless motivated my class to work harder than normal and their grades improved!”
English KS3 Co-ordinator, Childwall Sports College
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