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Published July 2011
Teachers and students at Roslyn School designed and produced a set of five posters, for use across the school, to highlight what each key competency meant to them.
Roslyn School in Palmerston North has developed a school curriculum based on three kete:
The staff have explored the key competencies within the design of the Roslyn school curriculum. During this process they decided to change the name of each key competency to make them more ‘active’ and personal to their students. As a result:
Together, teachers and students have designed ways to show the development of these competencies as personal and unique to each class or team.
The school has recently developed a set of posters, each related to one of the key competencies, and featuring students from the school describing what the key competencies mean at Roslyn School. The posters are displayed throughout the school to build a shared understanding of what they mean for staff, students, their wider whānau, and community.
A set of symbols, relating to each key competency, supports students to integrate the competencies into all aspects of their learning.
These are available as stickers for use in a variety of situations to reinforce the effective development of the key competencies.
The school also makes connections with families and whānau through the ‘Book Look’. Each term the children take books home so families can see examples of the key competencies in action. These include self and peer reflections as well as evidence of everyday development. The school also reflects the development of the key competencies through their reporting system, which is related to the three kete.