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The Rosary Catholic Primary School

How Do We Know That Our Curriculum is Successful?

What are learners at The Rosary Catholic Primary School like?
Our Pupils.......

…develop a life-long love of learning

 

 

 

 

 

…make progress across all areas of the curriculum

They are enthusiastic, engaged learners who exhibit positive learning behaviours and who are aspirational

in outlook.

They are confident, articulate individuals who can explain how their learning builds upon previous learning.

They demonstrate an interest and curiosity in all the subjects of the primary curriculum.

 

They are confident, articulate individuals who can explain the progress they have made from individual starting points.

…retain and embed their skills and knowledge in order to make a successful transition to the learning environment at secondary education

They are confident, articulate individuals who can describe the knowledge and skills which they have developed and how these build upon their previous learning. 

They have a strong foundation in reading, writing, arithmetic and reasoning which they apply across the curriculum.

They make links between their learning across different subjects

They have a strong foundation in reading, writing, arithmetic and reasoning which they apply across the curriculum.

 

They make links between their learning across different subjects

They engage in activities that enable them to know more and remember more and that enables them to talk confidently about the progress made and how their learning builds upon previous learning experiences

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are learners at The Rosary Catholic Primary School like?
Our Pupils.......

…develop a wide range of vocabulary to encourage their verbal confidence and increase their access to learning

 

…engage in memorable learning experiences that capture their curiosity and that encourages them to question and to form

They are confident learners who use ambitious vocabulary and subject specific vocabulary

They are enthusiastic learners who form and articulate their opinions and who are passionate about truly experiencing their learning, whether on or off site, whether through experience days or through in class 

They demonstrate verbal confidence in sharing ideas, asking questions and discussing concepts.

…are collaborative, enquiring learners

…become confident readers who develop a life-long passion for reading

They see the merit in independent learning but are able to work collaboratively to question, to share ideas and to discuss concepts. The assist in each other in their learning as needed.

 

They enjoy a wide range of reading opportunities across the curriculum. They enjoy reading in class through Class Readers, Guided Reading, English Lessons and also independent reading where reading for pleasure is promoted.

…develop into people of compassion, empathy, respect and kindness, possessing a Christ-like response to all life’s situations

 

 

They recognise how the values of the Gospel are central in their everyday lives. They are people of justice, respect and empathy who abide steadfastly by our anti bullying charter and who believe in equality for all. They recognise that they are global citizens of the 21st century and that sustainability must be the concern of the whole of humanity.