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Vangeboskolen - seen through an english visitors eyes. Autumn 2010 we had visitors from Northampton School for Girls, UK During their visit, they should observe and make a presentation

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vangeboskolen seen through an english visitors eyes
Vangeboskolen- seen through an english visitors eyes
  • Autumn 2010 we had visitors from Northampton School for Girls, UK
  • During their visit, they should observe and make a presentation
  • The following 9 slides are a description of our school and they express some of the thoughts, our visitors would bring back to Northampton
reflections
Reflections
  • Responsibility
  • Trust
  • Community
  • Warmth
  • Nurture
  • Respect
  • Student engagement
  • Building self esteem,

self belief

  • Emotionally healthy
independent learning
Independent learning

Are we expecting staff to do this but not giving them the space and opportunity to plan it?

Meeting pattern and focus

How can we make challenges interesting enough for a student to solve without a teacher?

Use of the VLE - online learning

Opportunity is there with our Music and Applied specialism and Applied Days

community
Community

SDP focus development of the learning communities

Bringing the place together and increasing the sense of belonging

Relationships is the key

Practical ways to support this - wall tiles relating to the identity of their school, photos from the top of the buildings staff photos, whole staff

Opportunities for younger students to interact and be supported by older students (in addition to the 6th form)

nurture
Nurture

SDP focus – building self esteem individualised care

Cushions, bean bags , Headphones ,making use of corridors - making it ok to sit on the floor

Creative space with seating areas

Creating a cocoon place within the library

trust
Trust

Choose your conflict

Language we use to emphasize this more often

Build this into teacher talk

Feed into curriculum development

Dialogue in mentoring

action plan
Action plan

Sow the seed wherever we can

Choose people we know will be receptive

Listen to their reactions and thoughts

Have an opportunity to reflect together

Be less afraid

Take this ethos and way of working with students and apply it to our way of working with staff

bigger things
Bigger things

Curriculum change

Extended learning aided by creative timetabling

Applied days music specialism

Visit other schools

Development of online learning

Creative with space – comfortable places to work with our vulnerable youngsters

questions
Questions

We already have human scale values at the heart of our ethos. How can we embed this further and deeper and wider and stronger ?

How do we keep the balance?

“You can’t teach someone to be human on paper “