Course Options: 1 Day, Half Day, Twilight
Recommended Max People: 25
Full day from: £880.00 + VAT to £1080.00 + VAT
Half day from: £680.00 + VAT to £880.00 + VAT
Add additional participant for as little as £33.00 + VAT per person per day
Please Note: Course costs are based on 15 participants
This course can be tailored to your individual requirements
Developing Pupils’ Aspirations, Attitudes And Engagement In Learning To Meet The New Evaluation Criteria
This one day course is aimed at all primary staff responsible for raising standards. The course is designed to help participants to ascertain and evaluate pupils’ views.
The course directly addresses the latest Evaluation Criteria on pupil behaviour:
- Pupils show very high levels of engagement, courtesy, collaboration and cooperation in and out of lessons.
- Pupils have excellent, enthusiastic attitudes to learning
- Pupils contribute to the school and the wider community and develop the workplace and their future economic well-being
Participants gain strategies and skills to develop the individual and collective involvement of pupils while enhancing engagement and involvement within their school community. Developing personalised effective learning experiences in school is key to enabling teachers to shape learning and teaching, making the most of the talents and skills of every child.
The motivation, aspirations and positive attitudes of children are paramount to developing lifelong learning skills, improving performance and raising standards. While this course is frequently updated, it is likely to include:
- evaluation and analysis of case studies;
- sharing learning intentions;
- developing success criteria;
- individual and group targets;
- links with well–being outcomes;
- learning outside the classroom;
- developing focussed questioning;
- developing pupils’ questions;
- entitlement and choice;
- learners as active participants;
- self evaluation.
This course is designed to help participants to ascertain and evaluate pupils’ views. Participants gain strategies and skills to develop the individual and collective involvement of pupils while enhancing engagement and involvement within their school community.
On completion of this course participants should:
- Know how to evaluate pupils’ views to determine priorities for development.
- Have gained an awareness of building aspirations, good attitudes and the capacity to learn in pupils.
- Have identified important aspects of what constitutes a successful learner.
- Be able to identify strategies to support learning skills for individuals and classes.
- Have a toolkit to plan and implement change where children are taking responsibility for and being able to manage their own learning and being more independent learners.
- Have developed an action plan, identifying how to address change to develop pupil voice, enhancing learning and raising standards.
- Have a handbook of practical ideas to use as a structure for considering and introducing these changes.
Detailed course outline and session time table
- Programme overview
- What pupils think about school and how we evaluate it
- What makes a successful learner?
- The different ways we learn
- What do we mean by good attitudes and aspirations?
- What guidelines help form good attitudes?
- Why doesn’t learning stick?
- Making a case for change
- Considering your school.
- OFSTED, and the school vision.
- Developing the capacity to learn and a vision
- The 5 R’s
- Rewards & responsibilities
- Case studies
- Developing progressive skills and attributes. How to be a successful learner
- Action planning
- Meeting the needs of a changing world