3. how will you organise learning co dev toolkit - resource gr.j(ep)

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  1. 1. HOW will you organise learning? . W‘ a‘ I an . “ 5‘ : ¢1i"' 0 Routines as a component of the curriculum What does ‘routines’ mean in the context of the big picture? As a component of the curriculum in the big picture, routines refer to regular aspects and procedures of the school day such as waiting for school to start, break and lunchtimes, assemblies, getting ready for PE and sport and moving between lessons. What maximises the impact of routines on learning? We have found that: Other schools have found the following, 0 Providing organised activities before school — such as breakfast clubs or playground activities for parents and children — can have a positive effect on pupils’ attendance and readiness to learn. ‘ 0 Assemblies are most likely to inspire and make an impact if they involve music, participation, visual stimuli or other teachers or members of the community sharing their experiences. 0 Learners who take part in structured activities at lunchtime, particularly physical activities, often return to class more ready to concentrate and learn. 0 Using changing time for PE and sport to share learning objectives helps pupils to be focused from the start of a session. Do we make the most of routines? Do we make the most of the potential for routines to have a positive impact on learning? Could we improve the effectiveness of this component of the curriculum? © Qualifications and Curriculum Authority

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