**What Did We See?**

- authentic learning experiences
- real life examples of

students using numeracy skills - applying their skills to real

world tasks - students reflecting and providing reasons for the use of

mathematical skills - we saw them measuring and using the tools of mathematicians
- differentiation in mathematics lessons
- collaborative group work
- students making choices about how they would complete a task and who they would work with
- students were given the independence to make choices about their learning
- rich, engaging technology use (whiteboards, iPads, stop watches)

**What Would We Like To See More Of?**

- more children able to articulate 'what' and 'why' they are learning
- understanding quality work
- understanding a success criteria
- embedding self-assessment within the learning framework
- increasing ownership over learning

**Theory Of Action**

**If**

we investigate best practice to improve our skills in developing and sharing

success criteria with our students the quality of our feedback will

**then**

enable more students to recognise quality work and understand what success in

learning looks like.

**If**students understand what success and quality work is

**they will be able to self-assess their learning in a meaningful way**

then

then

**If**students are able to self-assess using success criteria and an understanding of quality

work

**then**they will be able to clearly articulate what and why they are learning a skill or concept.

**If**students are able to clearly articulate what and why they are learning something

**then**they will have ownership over their learning.