Caragabal Public School is a one-teacher primary school of 15 students, situated in the central west of NSW.
The first part of this case study describes how Jodie Russell, the teaching principal, first introduced the Quality Learning principles and practices to her students. Jodie began with a discussion with the students about quality work. This led to the establishment of explicit quality criteria for use by students and an immediate improvement in work standards. Quality improvement tools are now used in all classes and across all age groups to great effect. Students keep data on their progress. We see how spelling and times tables data are kept by the students and used as the basis for their learning plans.
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