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Schools on Saturday help Pupils

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November 27th, 2008

In England many secondary schools are using Saturday classes and extending school days to boost pupils
The survey found that extra classes help pupils to develop their potential and the teachers union said under pressure may lead to decline the performance of the pupil.

A survey of 425 schools found that half of the schools say that extra classes help to improve behavior and encourages interaction between same group of people as well as older group people

A survey found that 17% established “mini school” within their school, with 14% planning to do so in the next 12 months and it is a good idea to maintain interaction between all groups of pupils and liked this system.

The survey of specialist schools and academies found that it helps to create more flexibility within the curriculum, helping teachers to engage students, and encourage greater engagement with the community through a wider use of school buildings along with personalize learning can fit this system for the 21st century.

There is enormous pressure on the pupils as well as to the teachers like for e.g., some schools are appointing additional teachers on separate contracts and looking for qualified support staff for boosting pupils. However teachers are being put under pressure enormously for working excessive hours.

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