Ambitions for your daughter's learning
We are defining our aspirations for what students will value and recognise as being successful in their world - these are our ambitions for their learning.
Please consider each of the items below and select your EIGHT most important ambitions for your daughter. We are looking for the top eight capabilities. There are fourteen in the list, so please leave 6 blank. If you choose OTHER, make it number nine.
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Choose the top capabilities you wish to see in your daughter when she leaves school. Please select ONLY EIGHT options
Communication - displays confidence in presenting complex thinking with clarity
Collaboration - works cooperatively in teams for purposeful problem solving
Character strengths - is able to identify and grow her character strengths
Service - is of service to her community and appreciates solidarity with others
Learner agency - knows how to learn and has self-efficacy for learning
Empathy - expresses and acts on sophisticated empathy for the experience of diverse people
Curiosity - is curious about her world and her own flourishing
Quality thinking - uses deliberate, critical and creative approaches to intellectual work
Connectedness - appreciates, manages and creates value from human and other networks
Ethics - thinks and acts in ways that are responsible and fair for herself and for her community
Entrepreneurial - seeks and maximises opportunities to create value through innovation and creativity
Leadership - uses her strengths to lead groups towards shared goals
Wellbeing literacy - coordinates resources and behaviours that promote her own wellbeing
Literacy and Numeracy - decodes language and numerical information to make sense of her world
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This form was created inside of Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta.