Effective Learning Strategies

COVID Update

Following on from rising Covid rates the Government has asked that face masks be reintroduced in all secondary schools for students and staff in communal areas. This is a sensible way to help keep students, staff and our wider community safe from Covid this winter.

Therefore, with immediate effect, we are requesting that all students (except those with a medical exemption) wear a face mask when travelling on school transport, in communal spaces and when queueing indoors for food.
Please remember to continue to perform a lateral flow test twice weekly.  
Thank you in advance for your cooperation in keeping our local communities healthy and safe.

At Judgemeadow we believe in: being kind and helping others, respecting each other, being organised and disciplined and working hard.

COVId-19: Remote Learning Tips for Students

During the enforced lockdown due to the coronavirus, students  are required to undertake lessons working remotely from home. This can be difficult due to the many distractions in a home environment. To help organise routine and good practice view the help document for students and the help document for parents


Introduction to Effective Learning strategies

We understand that by expecting children to work hard, we must teach an engaging curriculum. We are therefore committed to using the most effective learning strategies. The effective learning strategies, central to teaching, learning and revising at Judgemeadow, are:

    • Spaced practice
    • Interleaving
    • Retrieval practice
    • Elaboration
    • Concrete examples

You can find out more about each of these strategies below or by visiting www.learningscientists.org.


Useful information
Effective Learning Strategies
How to Create a Revision Timetable