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Personalised Learning

What is Personalised Learning?

Our creative curriculum has been praised by Derby hire Local Authority because it is

relevant, real, fun and stimulating. At St Oswald’s we give children first hand experiences to help them to develop new skills, knowledge and understanding.

At St Oswald’s we help pupils become better learners, encouraging them to reach their potential and take responsibility for their own learning.

Personalised Learning helps children understand how and why they learn and how they can take more responsibility for their own learning.

Personalised Learning gives children opportunities to share what they already know about a topic and how or what they would like to learn more of. For example one of our topics is growth. Children will be asked what animals or insects they would like to investigate and learn about.

Therefore each time a topic is taught by the teachers they are responding to the individual interests of the children in the class.

Please take a look at all the ways we involve the children in Personalised Learning. If you have any further questions please call in and have a chat with us.


 

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Choosing our own Learning Challenges

Choosing our own Learning Challenges (221KB)

Choosing our own Learning Challenges

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Choosing our own Learning Challenges

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Making Choices

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Making Choices

Children are given the opportunity to decide how they want to present their work. They have a choice of posters, drawings, pamphlets, recounts, poems...

We have done it!

We have now achieved the Derbyshire Personalised Learning Award. We had an excellent party day to celebrate our achievements. A big thank you to Sawle...

How do the children help to organise the school?

How do the children help to organise the school? At St Oswald's the children are encouraged to join committees to help make decisions and organise the...

How does your child decide what they would like to learn?

How does your child decide what they would like to learn? It is important at the start of every topic that we understand what the children know alread...

Assessment

Assessment At the end of every topic the children are encouraged to reflect on what they have learnt and see how much more they know about the subject...

Curriculum Days

Curriculum Days At least once every half term the children participate in a whole school themed topic day linked to our topic. This is a great opport...

Rewards

Rewards Every Thursday is rewards assembly. The children all sing our school song. The rewards are: Lunchtime star of the week from each cl...

Learning cards used in reception

Learning cards used in reception In reception the children are responsible for their own learning. After each activity they collect a symbol card and ...

Individual Targets

Individual Targets Every two months your child will receive targets in reading, writing and maths. The children will receive a personal target set by ...

Learning Logs

Learning Logs Twice a week the children are given the opportunity to self assess their own work. This may be in any area of the curriculum. They are g...

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Look at Our Rewards Assembly

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