Thursday, 18 August 2016

KS1 Resourcefulness Awards 2016

At Broadford we help the children to understand that the life long skill of Resourcefulness is made up of many elements. It involves being ready, willing and able to learn in different ways - using both internal and external resources effectively, calling on different ways of learning as appropriate.

Questioning.
Asking questions of yourself and others. Being curious and playful with ideas - delving beneath the surface of things.

Making links
Seeing connections between disparate events and experiences - building patterns - weaving a web of understanding.

Imagining
Using your imagination and intuition to put yourself through new experiences or to explore possibilities. Wondering 'what if...?'

Reasoning
Calling up your logical and rational skills to work things out methodically and rigorously; constructing good arguements and spotting the flaws in others.

Capitalising
Drawing on the full range of resources from the wider world - other people, books, the Internet, past experience, future opportunities....

Well done to the following pupils who have demonstrated these skills consistently across the whole year: Violet, Leah, Tilly & Alex.

 

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