Key Compentencies

The New Zealand Curriculum identifies five key competencies:

People use these competencies to live, learn, work, and contribute as active members of their communities. More complex than skills, the competencies draw also on knowledge, attitudes, and values in ways that lead to action. They are not separate or stand-alone. They are the key to learning in every learning area.

The New Zealand Curriculum

Thinking


At Riverina students

Are encouraged to be active in their learning by problem solving, questioning and relating to their own experiences through a curriculum that is relevant to them.


The New Zealand Curriculum

Using language symbols and texts


At Riverina students

Are encouraged to communicate and

The New Zealand Curriculum

Managing Self

At Riverina students

Are encouraged to be drive their own learning and become resilient and resilient for their actions

The New Zealand Curriculum

Relating to Others

At Riverina students

Are encouraged to be cooperate and collaborate with others while celebrating the diversity of school family.

The New Zealand Curriculum

Participating and Contributing

At Riverina students

Are encouraged to be cooperate and collaborate to connect and contribute to our communities.