At Outwood Academy Brumby, we value academic excellence and we believe that the learning of all of our students should be personalised. All students should be challenged, inspired and empowered by learning. All of our classrooms should be engaging and inspiring places to learn.
It is well known that learners learn in different ways and our teachers accommodate these different learning styles in their lessons. Our Most Able learners are identified and their progress is monitored in order to make sure they are continually provided for and are reaching their true potential.
Learning outcomes in every lesson are differentiated and planned enabling the most able to aspire to meet more challenging outcomes and make accelerated progress.
Students who are Most Able will demonstrate achievement or the potential to achieve at the highest levels in comparison with children at a similar age or stage in their education.
All students are monitored through our rigorous ‘Praising Stars ©’ system and our intervention model. It is expected that all teachers will track the progress of gifted and talented students to ensure they are making excellent progress and are not underachieving.
Parents and carers are asked to inform the academy about talents or aptitudes of their children and to encourage them to participate in extra-curricular activities both in and out of the academy.