I have been reading a number of articles on the positivity of children taking ownership of their learning. I have heard it can work well in EYFS and KS1, but I teach in UKS2 and am not sure how to try implementing this in my class, whilst also ensuring that all areas of the NC are covered. We are teaching using topics, rather than individual subjects, but I still feel as though my medium term planning is very prescriptive and that I teach something and the children complete an activity I have planned. At the start of this term's topic, I used KWL grids, where children recorded what they already knew and then what they would like to learn, but what do I do next? I was considering sharing their 'what I would like to know questions' (and maybe adding in a few of my own) with the class, then allowing children to work in table groups on which questions they would like to explore and how they would go about it. Then each group having a section of display board on which to present their learning over a number of weeks. Does anyone have any experience of implementing something like this? How did it work (practicalities)? Did the children respond well to it? Did they produce good quality work? Were all objectives covered?