Case Study - Belmont Community School | Award Nomination 2016

Laura Jackson, Curriculum Team Leader
Belmont Community School
 
Practice:
Performing Arts Laura is the school’s Project Based Learning lead. She is a passionate advocate of REAL projects and supports all staff to deliver projects in the dedicated Project Week during the Summer Term. From initial project design and tuning, through to final exhibition of beautiful work, Laura is "the heart beat" that keeps it all moving and ensures that the school community is enriched through this work - head, hand and heart.
 
Impact:
Laura delivered extensive training to allow staff to develop their own individual or collaboratively led projects based on their own strengths, passions and interests. 19 projects ran over the course of the week, involving over 600 students, all teaching and support staff and governors. Staff really threw themselves into the challenge of creating challenging, highly engaging projects for students and students gained new skills, friendships and experiences throughout the course of the week which culminated in a whole-day public exhibition of learning.

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