Here at the Royal Greenwich Trust School we teach a broad range of subjects. Just so our new students understand what these subjects are all about we’ll introduce them to all our subjects over the course of the next few
The work of Lev Vygotsky is increasingly cited as we reconsider the theory and practice of constructivist education.Four basic concepts integral to his work: Children construct knowledge, learning can lead development, development cannot be separated from its social context, and
Bob Dylan talks about the powerful impression books he read at school made upon him. He’s an example of scholarship working its way into a life of creativity and imagination. Here at the Royal Greenwich Trust School we hope that
The philosopher scholar Hubert Dreyfus died a couple of weeks ago. He spent his whole life studying and writing about his intellectual discoveries. He was an expert on the philosophy of consciousness and direct experience, Phenomenology. In the following videos
The Royal Greenwich Trust School encourages scholarship. Scholarship comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be reckless. Here’s a short introduction to the reckless scholar Andrew Wiles,2016 Abel Prize Laureate and the mathematician who solved Fermat’s Last Theorem.
We value scholarship here at the Royal Greenwich Trust School. As such, we are always pleased to note successful scholars being recognized as such. So each week we will note prominent examples of this occurring, beginning with this:
The RGTS is keen to ensure that all our students engage meaningfully with their education so that they are prepared to meet their ambitions to get to university. Ensuring our doors are wide open to able students from all backgrounds
Communication is one of the key themes of the Royal Greenwich Trust School. Here are videos giving some background to understanding some aspects of linguistic communication.
Dylan Wiliam is Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at University College London. His research focus is the professional development of teachers. His 1998 book, Inside the Black Box, which he wrote with Paul Black, was a successful polemic about formative assessment, selling over 100,000 copies.