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Students as learning partners at Northampton School for Girls. Presentation aims. Session 1 Setting up SaLP at NSG Session 2 Presentation of SaLP at NSG Session 3 Question and answers Session 4 Next steps. Setting up the SaLP project. SSAT training day

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Students as learning partners at northampton school for girls

Students as learning partnersatNorthampton School for Girls


Presentation aims
Presentation aims

  • Session 1

    Setting up SaLP at NSG

  • Session 2

    Presentation of SaLP at NSG

  • Session 3

    Question and answers

  • Session 4

    Next steps


Setting up the salp project
Setting up the SaLP project

  • SSAT training day

    • Recognition of current position

    • Amalgamate two sites and retaining one community

    • Positive relationship between staff and students

  • How we set it up

    • Initially scouting for interested staff to develop a team of SaLP champions

    • Informal training to agree joint approach

    • Formal training to create a working protocol


What is students as learning partners about pwe
What is ‘students as learning partners’ about? PWE

Students

as

learning

partners

not about judging the teaching!

It’s about . . .

. . . students . . .

. . . working in partnership with staff . . .

. . . to impact on learning


Students as learning partners what happens students
Students as learning partners:what happens? students

Teacher

Student

Student


Students as learning partners what are they pwe
Students as learning partners:what are they? PWE

“Students consult with teachers on a focus and then they are invited into the classroom to observe the learning, based around the focus.

A non-judgmental dialogue takes place between staff and student and possible ways forward are considered”


Students as learning partners what happens sht
Students as learning partners:what happens? SHT

Six stage process:

Training

Agreement

Focus (teacher led)

Agreement of date/class

Observation

Feedback


How did we get involved cc av
How did we get involved? CC AV

  • Asked by staff to be involved in project to improve teaching and learning

  • Why were we asked?

    • Staff thought we were reliable, responsible and honest in a positive way


What did our training involve cc av
What did our training involve? CC AV

Special training students

Discuss methods of positive feedback - practice phrasing positive feedback/constructive

Perfect teacher

Form an agreement - confidentiality, not to be biased, be honest.............


What did our training involve including code of conduct pwe
What did our training involve?(including code of conduct) PWE

  • July last year: training day on student

  • voice

  • Debate between students as

  • researchers and SaLPPWE


What did we get out of salp cc av
What did we get out of SALP? CC AV

“I got a feeling of being treated equally and with respect.”

“We got to have our views listened to and gave us a sense of responsibility.”

“Feeling that my point of view is valued in the school.”

“I now know how to give criticism in a positive manner.”

“It improved my self esteem and confidence.”


What did we get out of salp pwe
What did we get out of SaLP? PWE

  • A chance to hear from the horse’s mouth in a mutually respectful atmosphere

  • Really nice relationships

  • A chance to reflect through feedback on my practice

  • Compliments!

  • Teaching improved

  • Support: students understand what teachers do!

  • Consistent development: lessons revisited

  • Students are observing your lessons now, you just aren’t benefitting the feedback!


Why would we recommend it to you cc av
Why would we recommend it to you? CC AV

TO STAFF:

  • To become a better teacher and develop their teaching methods, by hearing the view of the student. AV

    TO STUDENTS:

  • Chance to put your point of view across.

  • Get a sense of respect and responsibility from staff. CC


Why would we recommend it to you pwe
Why would we recommend it to you? PWE

  • Enriched communication between staff and students

  • Trust, respect

  • Reviewing impact of teaching

  • A good way of reflecting on subject delivery

  • Asking our customer

  • Teaches you what a resource students are

  • Improves your teaching.

  • Develops independent thinkers.

  • Students now are more engaged, think about learning


Benefits of doing salp as an approach to student voice sht
Benefits of doing SaLP as an approach to student voice SHT

  • Allows for different approaches to developing student voice in the curriculum.

  • Enables people to start in their comfort zone.

  • Creates variety and opportunity.


Session 3
Session 3

Exploring the problems/barriers to SaLP in your school


Session 4 sht
Session 4 SHT

  • Training day PWE 37

  • Building a structure for the SaLP project

    • schedule for training & implementation.

    • Informal and formal feedback on SaLP.

    • Passing ownership to students and staff.


The future development of student voice at nsg
The future development of student voice at NSG

  • English

    Create a team of student learning partners at each key stage to help develop learning opportunities and aid the departmental reflection process.

  • Geography

    Use students from the SaLP project to develop students leading the lesson plenary.

  • History

    Create learning mentors in the subject area i.e. yr13 lead a learning session for year 12 on what they wish they’d known. Yr12 students to be able to request the support of a yr13 student mentor to support their understanding.

  • MFL

    To use SaLP students to carry out a learning audit on students preferred learning styles and feed back to the department.

  • RE

    To integrate the SaLP and P4C approach to thinking and questioning skills and setting the lesson objectives for a particular focus area. SaLP students to observe these lessons and feedback to the teaching team about their success.


Did someone say coffee mine s white with 2 sugars
Did someone say coffee?Mine’s white with 2 sugars

Mine’s a latte with chocolate topping!