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Learning and Teaching Policy: A baseline for outstanding practice
Children learn best when learning activities are well planned, ensuring progress in the short, medium and long term
Children learn best when teaching and learning activities enthuse, engage and motivate them to learn, and when they foster their curiosity and enthusiasm for learning.
Children learn best when assessment informs teaching so that there is provision for support, repetition and extension of learning for each child, at each level of attainment.
Children learn best when the learning environment is ordered, the
atmosphere is purposeful and they feel safe.
Children learn best when specialist approaches are used to support individual pupils.
What does outstanding Teaching, Learning and Assessment look like?