The 360 People characteristics framework comprises 12 characteristics arranged into 4 clusters. Each cluster comprises 3 characteristics.
The Framework is structured as follows:
||School Year Group
||Reception, Y1, Y2
||5, 6, 7
|Later: Compact Shortened version of the full model
||13 – 23
||13 – 23
Supporting Teachers, Parents and Mentors
360 People is responsive. We listen to what you say and meet those requests.
As we have visited schools, the most common request is for a scheme of work that will support the 360 online programme.
The curriculum planning that 360 has produced will support schools in implementing 360 People at all stages of a student’s school career. It is mapped to PLTs and SEAL so that it can be integrated seamlessly into a school’s PSHE/Citizenship work.
It sets out long, medium and lessons plans for all year groups.
The 360 People long term plan recognises the times when pupils need the most support and provides them with the personal skills and competencies that ensure they can meet every challenge with confidence and self belief.
The medium term plan is mapped to both SEAL and PLTs, taking into account progression of the characteristic and continuity across ability ranges as well as year groups.
Each 6 week plan contains Learning Objectives and Learning Outcomes. These essentially outline what is going to be taught and what the expected result for the pupils should be. The topics for individual sessions are listed.
The lesson plans have most detail in the lesson objectives and learning outcomes – The objectives can impact on a number of lessons and not simply be limited to one each. The learning outcomes – which are differentiated for differing ability levels – form the real focus for the lesson. They should be achievable by all pupils at some level. These are what pupils are going to learn by the end of the session. If staff delivering the programme can concentrate on the learning outcomes they will find that the methodology or teaching context follows automatically.