• Assessment for Learning
    in SLD Schools
  • Assessment for Learning
    in SLD Schools
  • Assessment for Learning
    in SLD Schools
  • Assessment for Learning
    in SLD Schools
  • Assessment for Learning
    in SLD Schools

Learning Environment

For learning to be effective, the environment needs to be conducive to learning, allowing the pupils space and time to interact within the learning and teaching process. Creating and maintaining stimulating learning environments can be achieved through effective classroom organisation, interactive and whole school displays and a climate of innovation.

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The quality of expectations determines the quality of actions

The quality of expectations determines the quality of actions

Amwell View learning environment examples

Examples of interactive displays that allow pupils to take control of their learning, make choices and track their progress.

Extract from Lakeside School learning walk

As part of the work being done in the school towards achieving the Hertfordshire Learning to Learn certificate staff looked at the different ways in w....