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Improving learning at Chiswick, St Martin’s schools

Louise Stoll holding discussions with students at the schools.

Louise Stoll holding discussions with students at the schools.

Chiswick House School and St Martin’s College have entered the second phase of their three-year school improvement project that will see them transformed into a professional learning community.

The project is being facilitated by Louise Stoll, an international consultant and former president of the International Congress for School Effectiveness and School Improvement and a part-time professor at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning at the University of London’s Institute of Education.

Prof. Stoll visited the schools and met up with groups of parents, teachers, students, administrators and educational leaders to kick-start the new phase. She led discussions that got all stakeholders questioning and deciding upon how to improve learning.

This year’s School Development Plan is focusing on evolving the 360-degree learning process to ensure continuous and effective learning, embracing internationalisation and diversity to integrate all learners and embedding new structures and new resources that support and strengthen learning opportunities.

Improving learning experiences at all levels will be achieved through a rigorous up-skilling professional learning programme for all staff members to further develop their effective practice.

By developing a personalised, collaborative and knowledge-rich learning programme, teachers are able to guide children through their developmental stages.

During the next phase, called Discovering, the two schools will be able to identify, uphold and nurture all the aspects currently working and then ‘dream’ what the schools may look like when the process is completed.

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