The ‘Achievement Book’ is developed in discussion with all teachers (and where necessary, with the professionals involved outside the school) at the start of the year. Personal to each student, it sets out the objectives that each child needs to work towards in each area of learning.
Completed little by little when targets are reached, for example, tying their laces, writing their name, multiplying by eleven or recognising a subordinate clause; each student’s progressive achievements are clearly visible.
The integration of extra-curricular targets into this “Achievement Book” allows the children to celebrate their uniqueness and gives them a thirst for learning and progressing at their own pace, without comparing themselves to others.
In addition to this the ‘Achievement Book’ acts as an excellent communication tool for parents, children and teachers.