High Performance Learning

High Performance Learning is a research-based, pedagogy-led philosophy that responds to our growing understanding of human capability. It normalises high performance for all students and uses a unique teaching and learning framework to systematically develop the cognitive skills, values, attitudes and attributes needed for lifetime success.

It is very evident when you are in the school that a High Performance culture is truly embedded into everything we do; from the children articulating their learning in the classroom, to children working collaboratively and engaging in creative and critical thinking tasks across all areas of learning. Pastorally, students are also given the opportunity to develop their skills within Values, Attitudes and Attributes (VAAs), supporting every student to overcome barriers and build numerous strategies to help them overcome challenges along their learning journey.  

Throughout the year we continue to embed High Performance Learning through carefully planned lessons which incorporate the 5 Advanced Cognitive Performance Characteristics (ACPs) and are identified as the following skills: Meta-cognition, Linking, Realising, Creating and Analysing.

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