Collaborative Teaching & Learning
"Collaborative learning has been shown to result in higher student achievement, higher self-esteem, and higher motivation" - Johnson and Johnson (2009)
As a high achieving school we are always looking at how we can continuously improve our practice and deliver the best learning experiences for your children. As part of this process, teachers across the school are engaged in collaborative practices. For some teachers this means planning together, for others it means the children engaging in collaborative learning. Research has shown that when teachers use their collective expertise to analyse children’s needs and to differentiate the classroom programme the children’s learning accelerates. We have certainly seen the benefit of working in this manner at our own school, enabling us to personalise children’s learning.
Click on 'Our Staff' to see the teachers that are working in the various pods.
The purpose of this page is to address some of the frequently asked questions (click below) about collaborative teaching. If you have any unanswered questions please don’t hesitate to get in contact with your child’s teacher or one of our senior management team. We look forward to working with you and your child.
Andrea Nicholson (Principal)