Potten Lower School from Sandy, Bedfordshire has been entered into the Guardian Classroom Innovation Award for their excellent and innovative use of it's learning in the classroom.
Kasia Worland, foundation stage teacher from the school commented, "Bedfordshire county council chose It's learning as our learning platform provider. Since discovering it a year ago I have found that staff, pupils, governors and parents are all able to work with it and access it with ease. It has greatly improved communication and enhanced children’s learning which impressed our recent Ofsted inspectors. It is for this reason that I felt I should enter the innovation award as it is innovation in real life form, not just a gimmick."
Check out the story in the Guardian and watch the video here http://www.guardian.co.uk/classroom-innovation/video/potter-lower-school
Voting starts on 11th December and finishes on 7th January. The 6 entries with the most votes ( 3 from primary and 3 from secondary) get showcased on the sponsors stand at BETT 2011 and winners are announced on the last day of the exhibition (15th January).
Good luck to Kasia and to Potten Lower from the team here at it's learning!
Posted on December 24, 2010
by Darren Lloyd