Case study 1: Engaging with a changing place . All Saints Catholic School , Dagenham, Essex Year 7 April 2009. (1) What was the department trying to achieve?.
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All Saints Catholic School, Dagenham, Essex
Year 7 April 2009
West India Quay
Greenwich Millennium Village
Great care was taken over the selection of resources and activities so that students would engage personally with the study areas and begin to ask critical questions about change. The department recognised that ‘well-conceived questions’ (Job 1999) were needed to unlock the desired learning. In this instance, the teachers were keen to pose questions including:
Pupils also showed the ability to make sensible suggestions for urban change in the area they studied
And to give reasoned opinions about living in the area. This pupil demonstrates a sophisticated ‘sense of place’.