What we want our students to be able to do

Within learning throughout the programme, our students acquire and apply a set of transdisciplinary skills: social skills, communication skills, thinking skills, research skills and self-management skills. These skills are valuable, not only in the units of inquiry, but also for any teaching and learning that goes on within the classroom, and in life outside the school.

Social SkillsThinking SkillsCommunication SkillsResearch SkillsSelf Management Skills
Accepting Responsibility Acquisition of knowledge Listening Formulating Questions Gross / Fine Motor
Respecting others Comprehensive Speaking Observing Spatial Awareness
Cooperating Application Reading Planning Organization
Resolving Conflict Analysis Writing Collecting Data Time Management
Group decision making Synthesis Non-Verbal Recording Data Safety
Adopting a variety of group roles Evaluation   Organizing Data Healthy Lifestyles
  Dialectial Though   Interpreting Data Codes of Behaviour
  Metacognition   Presenting Research findings Informed Choices