Dean of Learning

Dean of Learning

We would like our students to develop their own viewpoints and work towards having autonomy in learning. How can we do this in order to achieve evidence-based opinions not shaped by misinformation, myths and falsehoods? How do they develop independence in learning when sometimes their preferred fallback mode of learning is direct instruction? Achieving evidence-based opinions starts with a focus on depth in learning before breadth in learning. Deep learning can start as an individual  action through focused reading, mindful listening, purposeful action and discerning viewing and then built upon through collaborative learning. 

Acting Head of Learning Enrichment

Acting Head of Learning Enrichment

The mental processes that help us connect past experiences with present action are collectively termed executive functions. We use them daily to plan, organise, strategise, attend to and remember details, as well as manage time and space. These skills develop gradually and at different rates in all of us, they are not an inherent automatic skill. For some students with learning and attentional difficulties, these skills almost always need to be specifically supported and explicitly taught.

Spirituality

Spirituality

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Learning

Learning

Year 12 Term 4 2019-2020 Campion Booklist  We are pleased…

History News

History News

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Pastoral Care

Pastoral Care

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Sport

Sport

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Careers

Careers

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