Visible Learning at Ss Peter & Paul’s

At Ss Peter & Paul’s the students are involved in the learning process by being informed about their learning. A learning intention is set at the beginning of each lesson and is visible to students. Success Criteria (often co-created by the teacher and students) is set out. This shows what success looks like and what a piece of work should contain. Students are given the opportunity to reflect at the end of lessons and use the time to evaluate themselves using the success criteria.

Students at Ss Peter & Paul’s create individual learning goals. These goals focus on areas of need and are set by the students. Individual learning goals are displayed and revisited as a visible reminder for students.

The students also learn about feedback and are encouraged to receive and give
feedback as part of the learning process.

‘Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement’ – John Hattie