Teaching, Learning and Assessment are three interconnected processes which help support the teacher (and parents) in applying the most relevant techniques to support individual children in their education.
Teachers at Reach British School don’t just teach ‘the curriculum’ – they teach the individual children in their care. This means that their knowledge of each individual child is taken into account when teachers plan their lessons. They build up a profile of each student through observations and analysis of student work allowing them to consider how the student learns best – do they have particular interests? do they like particular activities, are they quiet or more outgoing, what is their current English language level? These observations are used in weekly collaborative planning sessions where teachers share ideas about planning the most effective lessons and how they monitor the progress children closely, adapting their sequence and timings spent on particular topics to respond to children’s needs.