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  • 1. WEST HILL PRIMARY SCHOOL
    CONSTUCTION PROGRESS
    Click on to see some of the progress shots of West Hill Primary School, one of the Space for Personalised Learning pilots.
    This is nearing completion, and some additional elements and the “making” zone still have to be added, but these images represent the work in progress.
    A snapshot of some of the thinking behind the design is also included, although the more intricate detail behind each step will be published at a later date.
  • 2. WEST HILL PRIMARY, LONDON
    PRIMARY
    FORMAL
    UNLOCK PL
    SECONDARY
    INFORMAL
    PILOT PL
    ALL THROUGH
    MIXED
    CORE ACTIVITY
    Transforming an under-utilised hall space into a central hub for personalised learning.
    AREA: 157 sq m
    CAPITAL: £120,000
    DURATION: Permanent
    STATUS: Final Construction
    COMPLETE: Oct 09
    PERSONALISED LEARNING THEMES
    OUTSTANDING TEACHING AND LEARNING AT ALL LEVELS
    PUPILS HAVING MORE OWNERSHIP OF THEIR LEARNING
    GOOD SUPPORT FOR ALL PUPILS, THROUGH PEOPLE, RESOURCES AND SPACE
  • 3. WE WANTOUR PUPILS TO BECOME:
    HAPPY, ENTHUSIASTIC AND CONFIDENT
    PUPILS ARE ABLE TO LEARN IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE IN LIFE AND THEY HAVE A POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR.
    GOOD CITIZENS
    PUPILS CONTRIBUTE TO THE COMMUNITY AS WELL AS THE LEARNING OF OTHERS. THEY SHOW INDEPENDENCE AND HAVE THE ABILITY TO MAKE HEALTHY CHOICES.
    INDEPENDENT LEARNERS
    PUPILS DEVELOP THEIR OWN IDEAS. THEY ARE WILLING TO TAKE RISKS AND CAN MAKE AND LEARN FROM THEIR MISTAKES.
    CREATIVE
    PUPILS HAVE THE SKILLS TO LOOK AT PROBLEMS IN DIFFERENT WAYS AND ARE ABLE TO FACE CHALLENGE WITH CONFIDENCE.
    EQUIPPED
    PUPILS ARE PREPARED FOR THE UNEXPECTED.
    AWARE
    PUPILS ARE AWARE OF THEIR RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES AS GLOBAL CITIZENS.
  • 4. SPEAKING AND LISTENING
    THINKING
    THINKING
    REFLECTING
    DESIGNING / MAKING
    PROBLEM-SOLVING
    RESEARCHING
    RESEARCHING
    DEBATING
    DISCUSSING
    AIM:
    Identify and develop a new space for learning that accommodates opportunities for learning, which are focused on: collaborative and personal modes of learning.
    COLLABORATIVE
    Group Sizes:
    2-6 pupils, and up to whole class
    PERSONAL
    Group Sizes:
    1 - 6 pupils
  • 5. INITIAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS
    Future installation of doors: no fixed units to be located in front of central or end doors
    Define circulation route through Hall
  • 6. Resources
    Resources
    SPACE USEOPTION 1
    Individual / paired learning spaces
    Large groups (up to double-classes)
    Priorities from Stakeholders Vision Statement
    Ability to:
    • Work in different ways
    • 7. Share learning
    • 8. Learn in double classes
    Small groups
    Reflecting
    Thinking
    Debating
    Speaking & Listening
    Discussing
    Debating
    Thinking
    Problem-solving
    Designing & Making
    Researching
    Small groups
    active
    quiet
    zone:
    zone:
    INDIVIDUAL LEARNING
    COLLABORATIVE LEARNING
  • THE SPACE USE / PLANS
    SPACE PLAN SPACE USE DIAGRAM
    Individual / Paired Learning Spaces
    Reflecting
    Thinking
    Debating
    Discussing
    1.02
    Large groups (Up to Double-Classes)
    Speaking & Listening
    Discussing
    Debating
    Thinking
    Small Groups
    Problem-Solving
    Designing / Making
    Researching
  • 18. before
  • 19.
  • 20.
  • 21. after
  • 22.
  • 23. SPEAKING AND LISTENING
    DISCUSSING
    LARGEGROUPS
    DEBATING
  • 24.
  • 25.
  • 26. REFLECTING
    DISCUSSING
    INDIVIDUAL+PAIRED
    THINKING
    DEBATING
  • 27.
  • 28. DISCUSSING
    SMALL GROUPS
    DEBATING
  • 29. DISCUSSING
    SMALL GROUPS
    DEBATING
    STORAGE
  • 30.
  • 31. DESIGNING / MAKING
    PROBLEM-SOLVING
    SMALL GROUPS
    RESEARCHING
    FINAL FURNISHINGS TO BE INSTALLED