Since 2000, many of the key ideas related to the way people learn and the skills needed for lifelong learning have coalesced around a key concept: 'personalised learning'.
This concept means, in practical terms, focusing in a more structured way on each child's learning in order to enhance progress, achievement and participation. It is based on the principle that all children and young people have the right to receive support and challenge, tailored to their needs, interests and abilities. This demands:
- active commitment from pupils
- responsiveness from teachers
- engagement from parents