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Learning: creative approaches that raise standards

This survey evaluates and illustrates how 44 schools used creative approaches to learning. These schools had aspirations for their pupils to ask questions independently, make connections between ideas, think creatively, challenge and participate effectively, and reflect on their learning. The report also evaluates the impact on pupils’ achievement and personal development. All the schools selected for the survey had been judged good or outstanding in their most recent inspection in terms of their pupils’ enjoyment of learning, their preparation for future economic well-being and the curriculum.

  • 15 Jan 2010
  • Ref 080266
  • Ofsted