Stratford School is an important step on the road to learning but it is not the only one. We must teach our pupils not just what they need to know now but also how to become independent learners who understand how to learn – people who, when they leave us, can travel the road to education by themselves.
We provide a curriculum that makes sure everyone can leave us with the qualifications they need to follow their chosen career route.
As well as teaching our pupils what they need to learn, it’s also important that we teach them how to learn. So we have developed a ‘two dimensional’ approach to teaching.
In lessons we teach our pupils not only the content they need to know but also the skills and learning habits that will stay with them throughout their lives and which will stand them in good stead whatever they chose to do in the future.
Doing homework is part of this equation so we set homework everyday and we expect it to be done: there are school homework sessions available everyday to provide support and guidance to pupils who feel they need it.
We also run a wide range of extra curricular activities because taking part in physical, artistic and community tasks is important in a well rounded education.
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