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361: How children can become involved in documenting their own learning with Tapestry

Ben Case from Tapestry, an online learning journal used in thousands of primary schools and early years settings, has been working with teaching staff at Arundel C of E Primary School for the past two years to support the work they’ve been doing to encourage pupils to reflect on, and talk about, their own learning. This has involved using Tapestry’s child login feature which enables children to add their own comments and videos describing their learning. The school has found that children are:

*Becoming better at explaining their learning

*Using more complex language

*Engaging more fully as active learners

You can read the Arundel CoE Primary School Case Studies here

Andrew Simpson, Headteacher, Arundel CoE Primary School also joins us to share his experience of using this feature from Tapestry and how it works within the school.


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