Rose Hill School launched a new curriculum in September 2020 called Compass. The new framework was designed over an 18 month period using feedback from universities and the employment sector, international trends in education, a breadth of educational research findings and consultation with local senior schools. The curriculum framework is comprised of three key concepts – the Acquisition of Knowledge, the Application of Knowledge and Assessment Of and For Learning.
The curriculum enables staff to assess pupils’ learning in many different ways, drawing out individual pupils’ intelligences, which do not always come to the fore during a written test. Teachers can also help pupils to identify their talents, and track their own progress through personal learning portfolios. Project work and immersive learning activities will encourage the development of collaborative learning skills, presentation and research skills. Outdoor learning activities are regular events, and pupils will develop a greater understanding of their place in the world and all they can do to make a positive global impact.
Click below to read the Curriculum in more detail.