Culture of revision

Every day, students are required to revisit prior learning in order to interrupt the forgetting of knowledge. This approach means that a culture of revision is at the heart of students’ everyday practice. The students’ 100% Book is a key part of this process. Revision can take place in lessons, in Morning Meetings, in Prep and at home.

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