Personalised Learning

This means that:

  • Students have the opportunity to make choices about their learning
  • Courses can be tailored to the needs of students
  • A student’s career pathway is pivotal when making choices about courses or standards within a course
  • Frequent conversations are held with each student about their learning and progress towards the goals they have chosen
  • Individual career counselling meetings are held for all year 12 and 13 students
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire” W.B. Yeats

Personalised Learning


  • when students know what they know, how they know it and what they need to learn next
  • about making learning more meaningful for learners
  • when learners co-create knowledge
  • when a differentiated response for the different needs and aspirations of the learner is possible
  • when there is an in-depth knowledge of strengths and weaknesses of learners
  • when learners receive quality feedback and feed forward
  • when there is quality communication with parents

is not:

  • just about putting students at the centre of the system
  • just learners receiving knowledge
  • just subject choice
  • just individual learning
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