Standard. 6 To Standard. 8 are laden with new learning opportunities, and students continue to grow and flourish on their individual academic, extra-curricular and pastoral pathways. With guidance and encouragement from their class teachers and subject specialists, they are motivated to extend their academic, sporting and cultural abilities.
Our students respond willingly and well to the School’s expectations of self-discipline, courtesy and diligence, and they represent their school with pride.
- Continue to enjoy stimulating academic programmes that allow for differentiation according to individual needs.
- Meet regularly with a mentor teacher, either one-to-one or in a supportive small group, to plan and review specific, time-bound learning goals and the steps required to achieve them.
- Share their learning goals and strategies with their families, who are an integral part of the school-wide Personal Achievement Targets (PATs) process.
- Are all appointed to positions of responsibility and learn how to provide leadership to younger (and older) students in a way that best utilises their own unique skills and talents.
- Utilise their own IT devices to develop their digital literalize, and receive dedicated IT instruction to ensure that they are safe and effective users of digital technology.
- Play a key role in Standard. 5 in the house system by serving as House Captains and working with their teachers and peers to create an inclusive House spirit and a healthy level of Inter-House rivalry.
- Social Studies