Reflection KS1 and KS2
Reflective learning is a way of allowing learners to step back from their learning experience, helping them to develop critical thinking skills and, improve on future performance by analysing what they have learned and how far they have come.
As we approach the end of term, this week we are taking time to reflect on the year that has gone by.
We would like you to think about:
What you have enjoyed?
What you have learned in school and whilst being homeschooled?
What you have learned to appreciate?
What you want to achieve next?
What was your favourite book/text? Why?
Who has made the biggest impact on your life this year?
Knowing what you know now, if you could write a letter to yourself a year ago, what would you write?
In what area have you made the greatest improvement?
What has happened during this year that you will remember for the whole of your life?
What has been the most challenging part of the year?
We have provided a powerpoint to support recording these answers or if you would like then you can create your own format of presenting your reflection. It could be as a presentation or a video or a poster - you decide!
Below are some pictures of different things to prompt your memory, including the eggstravaganza back at Easter time, the weekly clapping for the NHS, the coronavirus and schools closing, Christmas and the school nativity and carol concert in church, our new vision of shining your light, Miss Costello as our new Headteacher, joining the ODST academy and the 2 visits from the Bishop of Dorchester, Bishop Colin. Also classes changing to the names of famous artists and our new inquiry questions and learning journeys.