“To develop our children to believe in themselves by nurturing, incorporating, and applying their talents, gifts, abilities, and character.”
- At The Roman Ridge School:
- Your child will be made to feel worthy, loved and confident in whom they are as members of The Roman Ridge School community.
- Your child will be carefully guided as they face challenges with maximum effort, enabling them to realize achievements academically, socially, spiritually, emotionally and physically.
- Your child will be taught to be respectful and responsible.
- Your child will have a joy for learning from a curriculum crafted to be relevant to their lives.
- Your child will be encouraged to develop characteristics that encompass true Christian values.
- Your child will learn to put forth maximum effort in all areas of life i.e. Home, School, at Worship, and in the Community.
This we achieve by:
- Having a caring, stimulating, well-planned environment where each child feels secure and can develop fully as an individual.
- Placing great emphasis on the teaching of the core foundation subjects, in particular the teaching of Reading, Written and Oral Language, Mathematics and Science.
- Providing a curriculum which is broad-based, relevant and balanced.
- Creating a climate where children find school enjoyable.
- Developing a positive partnership which values the vital parental contribution to school life and to the education of their children.
- Helping pupils develop personal, spiritual and moral values, an understanding of a variety of religious beliefs, and a tolerance for others and their way of life.
At The Roman Ridge School, we recognize that the education of your children is a shared venture between you, the parents, and us, the staff of the school. We welcome your support and value your involvement.
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"yellow flowered plant"
symbol of jealousy and envy
"When the fofo's petals drop, they turn into black spiky-like seeds. The Akan liken the nature of this plant to a jealous person."
- The Adinkra Dictionary by W. Bruce Willis
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