Hello all, I'm currently writing up my research proposal. The premise is that at my current school (i'm in a year 3 class) 8 children every morning are taught English and Maths in another classroom by another teacher. The 8 children were chosen for various reasons, either it was believed they'd progress more in a smaller group, they have behavioral issues and a smaller group works better for them, or they are low attaining and slow down the main classes learning. Also it reduces the main classes size (which is normally 30 (and reduced to 22)) which makes a difference. The research will look at the progression differences between children in the two groups and I will also hold interviews with the teachers/ children in both groups to gather their opinions on the set up. This small group is an intervention group, but not in a typical sense as they are taught the same things as all the other children. I am struggling to find research for my literature review that covers a similar area, as most of the research is based around intervention groups in a typical sense (phonics 20 mins a day). If anyone has any ideas of research i could use or different paths i can go down in my literature review that would be great. Thank you.