Learning Council Outcomes
Our aim is to share and celebrate fantastic lessons and share good practise of learning in our school.
My favourite lesson.
Tell me about a lesson when you have learnt lots.
- What happened in this lesson that helped your learning?
- What made this lesson stand out?
- Why did you enjoy this lesson?
- What did your teacher do that made the learning fantastic?
- Think about the environment of the lesson.
- Fun factor?
- What resources did your teacher have for you to use to help your learning?
- What feedback did your teacher give to you about the lesson?
- Were there any challenges involved in the lesson?
Learning Council – My Favourite lesson outcomes
- We love writing about exciting experiences that we have done, for example, the climbing wall.
- We love doing fun activities and linking it with other subjects. For example food tasting and then writing describing words.
- We love being able to express our talents and things we are good at.
- We love our new Literacy because of the missions and challenges.
- We love fun activities and games especially invasion games in P.E.
- We love practical learning. For example doing volcano experiments in Science.
- We love having themed weeks. For example our World War 1 week because “it was fun and we had so many visitors and learnt lots of new things”.
- We love maths because our teachers make it hard even when we are really good at it already
- We love challenge and “harder work”.
- We love our big writing because we use nice resources.
- We like it when our teachers dress up on theme days “because it helps me to remember the lesson, Mrs Rose dressed up as Mary Poppins.”
- We love Maths when it is exciting and fun, especially when we play games in Maths.
- We love trips out of school. For example researching our local area using our investigating skills.
- We loved it in World War 1 week when we “used our imaginations and went into the air raid shelter and heard all the noise and then we had to write about it.”
- We love “interactive learning using our senses” and we want to do more of this.