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New Learning Hub at BMS

New Learning Hub at BMS


Jeremy Turner
Jeremy Turner
New Learning Hub at BMS

It was so nice to see a superb class of Maths students at BMS make the most of the new resource area in our wonderful school. The lovely Year 7 maths class came in, quietly sat at the clean white desks, with the routines of planners on the desk and pens and pencils out ready to learn fully embedded, despite only being in the school three weeks.

Their lesson was focussed on handling data and they engaged really well with the planned sequence of learning.

The Learning Hub is maximising the use of the Restaurant Extension area of our school, enabling up to 60 students, whose teachers might be away from school to work quietly, supervised and supported by our hard working senior staff and talented Learning Assistants at the school.

Matthew told me that he likes the quiet clean environment of the new Learning Hub. When asked about The Learning Hub, he remarked “It is easy to learn in there”.

Polly, Freya and Summer were working really well, adding colour to their bar graphs as a finishing touch.

They commented that the Learning Hub is light and welcoming, is nicely air conditioned and is bigger than the usual classrooms, so there is lots of space to work and get help if you need it.

Year 10 students were really grateful to be working in the quiet environment with access to the latest Chromebooks. They were fully focused on completing a written task connected to a timeline for their practical drama work as part of their GCSE studies.

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