At Hale Primary School, our curriculum is supported by a set of learning dimensions. These learning qualities have been carefully chosen and their aim is to determine our thinking and behaviour around being a successful learner.
By understanding how we learn, and developing the skills that help the children and staff learn in a variety of ways, we aim make the most of our learning potential. And because we are better able to learn and gather information, we will make better decisions and choose better courses of action.
We all must take time to learn the skills of learning and model these for our children to develop the skills of a learner. We must also realise that learning is an activity that is done outside our comfort zone, and can be uncomfortable, but it is only when we truly breakout of our comfort zone and take risks that our learning potential and power is released. Once we start learning in new ways we will be amazed at how much more everyone can make sense of their learning and develop their skills.
Through teaching, learning and upholding the learning dimensions, we are developing a set of skills and attitudes which prepare our children for the modern day world and enable them to be confident, successful and responsible adults with a lifelong love of learning.