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Regular opportunities for engagement with other pupils

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What is this?

The following examples of practice have been gathered from schools as part of the national overview. They focus on the entitlement of children and young people to regular opportunities for engagement with other pupils to support learning, as well as informal engagement.

Who is this for?

All practitioners.

9. Regular opportunities for engagement with other pupils to support learning, as well as informal engagement

Examples from national overviews of practice

Stonelaw High School in South Lanarkshire use a range of digital tools to engage pupils in learning and with one another.

PowerPoint presentation: Stonelaw High School, South Lanarkshire (96 KB)

Two schools in Fife Council, Hill of Beath Primary and St Joseph’s Primary have shared their approaches to providing regular opportunities for engagement with other pupils to support learning, as well as informal engagement.

PowerPoint presentation: Engagement with other learners, Hill of Beath Primary and St Joseph’s Primary, Fife (98 KB)

Thomas Muir Primary School, East Dunbartonshire Council have adapted their curriculum to motivate pupils and encourage them to engage with one another.

PowerPoint file: Adapting the curriculum to motivate and engage learners (98 KB)

Coupar Angus Primary and Fairview School in Perth and Kinross explain the vital role community link workers have played in supporting learners with complex needs.

PowerPoint presentation: Coupar Angus Primary and Fairview School, Perth and Kinross Council (99 KB)