Building Learning Power
Building Learning Power is an approach to helping young people to become better learners, both in school and out.”
- Helping pupils to help themselves become better learners
- Developing pupils learning habits
- Preparing young people for a lifetime of learning
What effect will developing pupils learning behaviours have?
- Raised achievement
- Improved behaviour
- Increased motivation
- Supple learning minds
- Increased enjoyment in learning
- Established habits of lifelong learning
- Enhanced creativity
We introduced Building Learning power last academic year and it was well received by both staff and pupils. It has had a really positive impact on how children learn in school and we hope these learning powers will stick with them as they progress through life.
To help consolidate Building Learning Power in school we are organising a Learning Heroes Day on Friday 1st November. We would like to invite all staff and children to come to school wearing a Learning Hero Cape which demonstrates key learning powers. Pupils will take part in a variety of activities throughout the day which will demonstrate how different learning powers support and enhance their learning.
Please do not feel like you have to go out and buy a cape. A decorated bin bag or large piece of paper/card will make a great cape. If you need any materials please talk to your child’s class teacher.