Hi everyone, I have been teaching for 6 years after completing a PGCE in post-compulsory education and training and I've worked in a range of settings both permanently and as a supply teacher/volunteer and basically, one thing that keeps popping up in CPD, walk-throughs and observations in the "actions" column is the word "differentiation". Please don't think I'm being a duff teacher but I feel that the question needs to be asked: What does differentiation in the class room actually look like? SLT whack it on the feedback forms but have I been given the opportunity to watch true differentiation to take its course? Not really. Apart from different coloured paper, seating plans, tiered/specific learning objectives and colour coded feedback, what more is there to be done? I'm teaching 16-19 y/o GCSE English resit. The difference in grades ranges from a 1 to a 3.