The Learning Hub doors are now open as a new space for staff to meet, plan and develop classroom practice. Continue Reading
…Following this year’s INSET I vowed never to say these words again. Yet, they crept back into my lessons almost immediately. Scolding myself at the start of most days since, I’m beginning to change the phrasing and structure of my questioning:
“What do you understand?”
“What is the first step to this task, and what should you include?” Continue Reading
A year ago we changed the way we offered staff development by launching an Enquiry Hub model. The thinking behind this project was to open up the thinking in our school beyond the questions that we usually pose our teachers and let them set the agenda for their learning. This was the most exciting thing about the whole venture: unlike traditional CPD, we weren’t sure what the answers would be, or even what questions would be asked.
At our Head of Department meeting this week we considered the intent behind our curriculum and tested how well we were able to answer the questions that underpin the curriculum decisions we have made. Continue Reading