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The care of the classroom is the joint responsibility of child; parent and teacher. The children thrive on a daily rhythm of activity.
Emphasis is given to fostering a real sense of and connection to the beauty of the world and supporting children into become more “at home” in the world.
The guiding principle in the Upper School is to lead the student, through the specific nature of the curriculum, to the understanding that “the world is true”.
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Bush Telegraph 4 September 2020
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The English curriculum at Raphael House recognises that reading, listening, writing, speaking, viewing and responding to texts is essential in order to develop the necessary critical thinking skills that enable us to interact and participate successfully in life. Such texts also provide a window to the world around us, enabling students to experience a wide […]Read article