Our Ethos and Vision run through our curriculum.
Each half term the whole school focus on a Learning Power through lessons.
This brings our vision, focus on mental health and PHSE into the curriculum
Links between Building Learning Power and
the Characteristics of Effective Learning
|Autumn 1||Reflecting||Being me in my World||Active Learning – Being involved and concentrating is a blend of Managing Distractions, Absorption and Noticing Active Learning – Enjoying achieving what they set out to do and Keeping on trying are facets of Perseverance, although ‘Being proud of how they accomplished something’ is very much an odd one out as it requires the child to reflect on the learning process itself|
|Autumn 2||Imagining||Celebrating Differences||Playing and Exploring – Finding out and exploring is mostly about curiosity, or in Building Learning Power terms Questioning. Playing and Exploring – Playing with what they know is closely aligned to Imagining.|
|Spring 1||Learning to Learn||Dreams and Goals||Creating and Thinking Critically – Making links is about linking ideas and sensing patterns Creating and Thinking Critically – Choosing ways to do things is a combination of, in Building Learning Power terms, Planning, Revising, Distilling and Meta Learning.|
|Spring 2||Resilience||Healthy Me||Tackle the emotional, cognitive and strategic aspects of Building Learning Power and you will get the Characteristics as outcomes.|
|Summer 1||Collaboration||Relationships||Relating to Others – sociability: Listening to others: Listening to stories with increasing attention; Maintaining eye contact with the speaker; Showing patience when others talk; Showing sensitivity to others’ feelings. [In Building Learning Power terms, Collaboration, Imitation and Listening respectively.]|
|Summer 2||Exploring||Changing Me||Playing and Exploring – Being willing to have a go is not materially different from the aspects of Perseverance already mentioned in Active Learning. Playing and Exploring – Finding out and exploring is mostly about curiosity, or in Building Learning Power terms Questioning.|