Based on the data in the previous post I will be back onto the action phase of my inquiry.
I have used the book 'Students at the Center' by Bena Kallick and Allison Zmuda, Chapter 6 Promoting Student Growth: Feedback. From this I have had a light bulb moment that Peer feedback is the next step. The learner's, once they have finished their writing are extremely reluctant to make changes or improvements to their writing. Having peer feedback and refining time for the learners to make these changes will improve their writing and give them the motivation to always look to improve their writing.
Steps to take to make this work
1. Observe someone who does this well.
2. Student voice around how the students value Feedback.
3. Try out and experiment with feedback sessions.