The Deep Learning Project
Developing Excellence In Learning And Relationships
The Deep Learning Project is a new and exciting collaboration between Working with Others (University of Brighton) and Primary Matters (Education Consultant Nicola Powell).
The Project brings together proven creative approaches to curriculum design, behaviour and relationships. At its core are practical ideas and support for schools that want to truly raise standards in acheivement, motivation, ownership and access to learning.
The combination of their unique approaches transforms classrooms, peer relationships and enriches learning. The work is grounded in evidence based educational research and extensive practical experience with a range of teachers, classrooms, ages and settings.
(Vanessa Denyer, Middle Street Primary School, Brighton)
The Deep Learning Project, launched in January 2008, began with a central out of school training course for 11 schools in the Brighton and Hove area. Following the success and impact of this, and in response to further demand, a second course for schools across Sussex is beginning September 2008. Both courses help schools and practitioners to build positive peer relationships and create their own child centred, connected curriculum.
Work from the Deep Learning Project was showcased at a National Conference in March 2009.
Next Course - Friday 22nd March 2013
INSET at Moffat Academy early in 2013 and a training session with trainee teachers at University of...
Starting new Partnerships across the country. Deadline for registration - 14th June 2013.