Our underlying curriculum is the road map for day-to-day student learning. Basic skills are developed through continuous progress according to the needs and abilities of the student, rather than grade-level expectations. Subject content mastery is evaluated and goals are set individually for each student by discipline.
At Rainard, we use our own unique, school-wide, year-long learning themes. While the underlying curriculum serves as the baseline guide for studies, each of these learning themes provides inspiration and focus for learning opportunities, including classroom investigations, class projects, reading selections, and field trips.
These year-long, major themes rotate every three years. They are: