"If you have a big group of people who work together really well then you can help more of the world than if you work on your own...if you communicate...."

 

Developing a learning community in our school where everyone involved is a learner who can learn alongside and from each other is important for both adults and children at Ridgeway. 

 

Children learn through a variety of approaches but at the heart of this is collaboration – the same for adults too.  Children learn independently, in pairs or groups with a wide range of peers developing real collaboration skills.  This is also modelled by staff that work in class, year group and subject teams to foster and develop a collaborative learning community.  We are all learners.

 

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