Behaviour for learning

5th October 2018
We discussed a few pieces of evidence during assembly this morning that showed children across the school demonstrating positive learning behaviours. It is useful for children to discuss what’s happening in photos so they can unpick and comment in a kind of Roy Walker way- “Say what you see!”

 

We regularly look at a selection of children’s books to ensure monitor the learning opportunities our children are engaging in, the quality of presentation, the coverage of the curriculum and the feedback and conversation between the practitioner and your child.

 

Below is an example of a Year 5 jotter– this has been introduced so that the children can take notes during the lesson or for smaller challenges during the day. Pencil and paper are more permanent than a whiteboard and pen so the children cannot just erase their workings out.