We all want schools to produce students who can think for themselves, who are socially confident, and who have the skills to succeed at college, work and in life..
High Performance Learning’s core belief - that that we should expect many more students to reach high academic levels - is a game-changer for students.
Students who are educated in schools committed to the High Performance Learning philosophy and approach not only achieve higher academic results but they also develop the characteristics of high performance that enable them to succeed in life. They:
are encouraged and empowered to succeed.
trust that, with work, their school will help them achieve highly.
develop the values and skills they need to be college, work and life-ready.
Unlike other change programmes, High Performance Learning is pedagogy-led, relying on teachers using their professional capital to transform learning across schools.
Teachers who have incorporated the elements of High Performance Learning into their teaching, have found it can reinvigorate their teaching. They:
see the bigger picture and develop each student (rather than just covering content).
develop new ways of thinking about and teaching their subject.
own the transformation – HPL is a pedagogy-led approach.
For Senior Leaders:
School leaders are always under pressure to deliver better results for their schools, in an environment crowded with competing priorities and initiatives.
Headteachers and other senior leaders who have been introduced to High Performance Learning see its potential to work in their unique context to help them meet their goals.
They are using High Performance Learning to:
make the gear change in their school to become world class.
bring coherence to disparate initiatives with HPL’s overarching framework.
achieve better results for students.