Learning Habits

Our vision is that all students at St Boniface’s Catholic College will be curious, resilient and independent learners through the creative, supportive and innovative learning environment all of our staff and stakeholders work to achieve.

We believe that all students have an infinite potential to grow as learners, and we will develop their tools and confidence to become self-assured successful lifelong learners, to enable the wider development of individuals equipped for life and enabled to ‘live life to the full’ (John 10:10).

Students will develop the required habits of good learners enabling them to emerge and flourish during their time at our college. Students will make progress by being appropriately stretched, absorbed and emotionally engaged in well-planned lessons which connect the intellectual muscles, stretch the students’ minds and allow them to transfer the new learning in a context. By learning how to learn, use and refine their strategic, emotional, social and collaborative skills, we will encourage confident, open-minded, motivated students, whose effort, growth and achievement will be celebrated by the whole community of St Boniface.

Dr Alison Summers – Assistant Head Teacher
ASummers@stbonifaces.com