Recognising Achievement at Sciennes
Celebrating success and using awards programmes for accreditation
At Sciennes, Assemblies, the school website and social media are used to celebrate and recognise young people’s existing interests and achievements. Alison Noble leads the End of Term Assemblies, DHT Carolyn Anstruther leads the weekly P1-3 Assemblies and DHT Lucy Gallagher leads the weekly P4-7 Assemblies, with contributions from Class Teacher Forrest Howie.
Staff also work closely with City of Edinburgh colleagues in Benmore and Lagganlia Outdoor Education Centres and other CEC providers to promote achievement for all.
The Junior Award Scheme for Schools (JASS) is implemented at P6 and P7. It is styled on the Duke of Edinburgh award and targeted at young people aged 10-14. making it an ideal precursor of accredited learning opportunities. JASS is a very flexible programme and can be designed to match individual young people’s needs and abilities. Young people set their own goals and can progress from Bronze in P6 to Silver in P7 and Gold by the end of S2.
Click to view JASS at Sciennes
The John Muir Award is a scheme which encourages problem solving and teamwork and at Sciennes we have previously used it at Primary Four to develop young people’s interest in the outdoors. Staff have been able to access our local area successfully to provide outdoor learning opportunities close to hand and we have a long running association with Earth Calling, an environmental after school club.
Our Parent Council and our Active Schools Co-ordinator offer a huge and diverse array of activities, designed to widen pupil horizons and deepen expertise. Sciennes is the only school in Edinburgh with its own Orchestra and many of our pupils receive tuition in viola, violin, woodwind and also ukelele at P4 and P5.
At Sciennes, we encourage our pupils to take action on issues they care about as part of the ‘Me and My World’ element of JASS, by volunteering their time or awareness raising campaigns which ultimately is of benefit to the whole school community.
P6 and P7 pupils complete Inspire Aspire booklets to reflect on personal qualities and achievements for life. learning and work ahead of P7 completing Cluster Transition Profiles for James Gillespie’s High School.
Using e-portfolios to record achievement
P5-P7 have access to a personal ePortfolio ‘My World of Work’ and P6 and P7 pupils have access to eJASS, the online ePortfolio for the Bronze and Silver Junior Award Scheme for Schools, which was developed and piloted at Sciennes Primary. We embrace government initiatives in promoting and providing career education from age 3-18, not only in helping to develop the young workforce but also in developing self confidence and self esteem, vital to our learners’ health and wellbeing.
Why Recognise Achievement?
Recognising achievement is an integral part of Curriculum for Excellence. Gaining recognition for a range of achievement and for the skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work that are developed through this achievement, benefits all children and young people. The reasons for recognising learners’ achievements include:
- to increase self-esteem, improve motivation and keep young people engaged in learning
- to encourage young people to reflect on their learning – where they are and where they want to go – and help them to articulate the skills gained, in discussion with other learning partners and in interviews with potential employers, colleges or higher education
- to help deliver the aims, values and purposes of Curriculum for Excellence – in which planning opportunities for achievement is an integral part of the curriculum.
What do we mean by recognising achievement?
Achievement is defined in Building the Curriculum 5 as relating to progress in all aspects of each child’s or young person’s planned learning. Achievement covers learning within curriculum areas and interdisciplinary learning, including recognition through qualifications, but it is much wider than that. It includes achievement in other areas within the life of the school and outside the school – sometimes referred to as wider achievement.
Achievement beyond formally assessed learning in the classroom can take a range of forms. For example:
- some young people will achieve through formally recognised awards or programmes, such as the Junior Award Scheme for Schools (JASS) or Duke of Edinburgh Award, which provide opportunities for young people to develop their potential 3
- some young people will achieve through arrangements which do not lead to an accredited award but which are formally organised, for example while undertaking voluntary work or while undertaking leadership roles in the school
- some young people will develop skills and capabilities through achievements in the school, home or wider community – for example, through participation in sport, the arts or activities in the community or through being placed in positions of responsibility, such as young carers.
These types of achievement are not exclusive and learners will achieve in a range of ways and in a variety of contexts.
Staff play a key role in encouraging learners to recognise, value and build on the learning they have achieved through activities outside the school, while mindful of the rights of learners to privacy. Children and young people of all ages have the right to determine which aspects of their personal life should not be included in the processes of recognising achievement and profiling in school.
There are a number of ways in which schools support young people and recognise and build on their achievements. These include:
- putting in place ways of formally recognising the achievements of their children and young people: most schools and education establishments have a range of ways in which they do this, such as school certificates, awards ceremonies and achievement boards
- providing opportunities for children and young people to achieve: schools and other education establishments provide a range of opportunities for children and young people to participate in challenging activities.
Most importantly, schools and teachers will support children and young people in the processes of identifying and recognising their achievement, reflecting on their learning and progress and helping them plan the next steps in their learning.
Some children and young people, for a variety of reasons, may have limited opportunities to participate in enriching activities out of school. Staff should make young people aware of the opportunities that exist in schools and through partner agencies, such as youth work or community learning and development, help them to understand the benefits of taking part and encourage them to participate.
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Sciennes and Tollcross Primaries were part of the initial pilot for the Junior Award Scheme Scotland (JASS) wider achievement programme
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Remember, Friday 14th November is Children in Need Day and for a donation you can dress up as Pudsey or
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Congratulations to our P7 athletes who came First in the first round of Sportshall Atheletics at Meadowbank on Monday 10th
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Anna, Saul and Cole with the Lord ProvostAnna, Saul, Cole, Ben, Cai and Chris with the Lord Provost and secondary
Congratulations to our Primary Seven pupils who received their Silver JASS (Junior Award Scheme Scotland) certificates and badges on Friday
Congratulations to John, Angus, Theo and Aryan who achieved First Place in the Scottish Primary Schools Team Chess Championship for
Thank you to all the parents who volunteered to assist poolside during our annual whole school Swimathon and to Fiona
Congratulations to P7 pupil Derry (shown above holding the winning trophy) after a successful rugby tournament to Clusone, Italy, with
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Danny, Edinburgh Select Squad A, front row second from leftWe are excited to celebrate P7 pupil Danny Carson-Sangster' success as
Thank you to Mrs Beth Walker, our wonderful PE Specialist, for organising and compering the Swim and Dive Gala event
Mr Kearton's and Mrs Maguire's Primary 4B class represented Sciennes in a citywide online maths challenge this week - and
What an amazing achievement for the Sciennes Chess Club P5 and Under A, B and C Teams pictured here! The
Ms Owen and Mr McKenna's P5A class took part in a Clubgolf Tournament organised for us by our Active Sports
Lots of our children took part in the Edinburgh Sport Relief Run a Mile event last weekend. Here is Sam
Thank you to Ava's mum for this lovely photograph of Red Riding Hoods Mia, Sephora, Ruyan, Ava, Olivia and Isla
A wonderful visual display in school today of the vast array of our pupils' sporting interests and achievements. Here are
Congratulations to Lucia in P7A who came First in five of the seven races she ran in the Wednesday Lothian
P7A wrote fantastic poems and stories about amphibians and reptiles for the conservation and wildlife education group Froglife. Congratulations to
Unprecedented success for all our Sciennes runners at the Edinburgh Primary Schools Sports Association (EPSSA) Cross Country event in Inverleith
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On Saturday 27th January at WHEC Matthew, Jonathan, Stuart and Pere came Second in the Lothian Junior Championship Chess King's
Very well done to our P6 Team who gained a highly respectable 43 out of a possible 60 points in
Outstanding success at the EPSSA Cross Country event today Moday 3rd March on the Meadows. Lawson and Tom both achieved
Thank you to all the parents who supported P6 netball girls in a Round Robin tournament at Firrhill High School
Four P7 pupils had great fun at Fettes Prep School's Maths Challenge on Thursday 27th February. Thank you to Mrs
Congratulations to Grace in P6A on winning this year's Steven Lui Memorial Cup for Burns Recital.
Very well done to our P7 Sportshall Athletics team who came a respectable fourth place in the Edinburgh Final at
Congratulations to Scottish Champion Boxer David in P7, seen here proudly sporting his medal. Well done for achieving this national
Published authors! Thanks Mary Turner Thomson! Angelita, Ben and Ciara read extracts from their book "Sciennes Scenes" and Jemima, Reda
The P7 pupils become published authors and will have their own book launch party on Thursday 28th November when they
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Last November we posted about Saul's remarkable success as Sciennes' first ever British Champion. We are all so incredibly impressed
Congratulations to our fantastic P7 Sportshall Athletics Team who came first today in the qualifying tournament for City of Edinburgh
The P7 pupils have had the opportunity this year to work with a published author and participate in workshops involving
Congratulations to our Sciennes Rugby team on their performance at yesterday's Borouhmuir Rugby Club festival.Victory was recorded against Oxgangs before
Congratulations to our fantastic Chess Teams!Sciennes, fielding 4 teams, made an excellent start in the first event of the new season,
Congratulations to our P6/7 Girls' Football Teams who came First and Second in a recent tournament.Ninjas team took the First
We were delighted to welcome Councillor Paul Godzik, Education Convener, to Sciennes P7 Citizenship Conference on Thursday 12th September. Aryan
Isla and Nina (p1), Christie and Ailsa (p3) appeared in The Bold Buccaneers at The St Bride's Centre with the
Congratulations to all the girls - Anna Le Derf, Kirsty Noble (P6) Ailsa McAleavey(P6) Esther Parmiter, Elena Santoyo-Brown, Sarah Beck
Thank you to Neil Maclean, Struan's dad, for these fabulous photographs and reports on the many recent successes of the
Without even stepping off once, Brianna successfully unicycled 2500m across the Forth Road Bridge on Sunday 16th June to raise
Chess kings and queens crowned at MegafinalCongratulations to Sciennes' pupils Aidan, Angus, Matilda Robert Davis, Joseph Bartlett, Sergi MacKinlay-Vich, Jingzhong Fan
Congratulations to Casey in P7A on receiving Gold, Silver and Bronze medals for Drama with Edinburgh based Theatre Arts School
On Wednesday 5th June Ali Hamzah, William, Callum, Vishal, Robbie, Angus, Eloisa, Kirsty, James, Iona and Jenny took part in
Congratulations to Lucia in P6A for her bronze medal in the Edinburgh Primary Schools' Cross Country Championships, which was awarded
William in P6C and his team-mate, Olivia, took second place and received a Silver medal in a recent volleyball competition,
On June 16th 2013 at 10:30 a.m., P5 Climate Justice Ambassador Brianna, will unicycle the Forth Road Bridge across the
Bronze and Silver certificates will be awarded to P6 and P7 pupils on Friday 21st June.
On Friday 24th May, Mr Scott presented Swimathon Bronze, Silver and Gold medals to pupils from each P4-7 class. Well
Congratulations Robert, P7B, on your success in the Chess Scotland Megafinal.
Congratulations to the Sciennes P7 Girls Thistle Team who won the Sciennes Spring Cup (jointly with St Mary's Primary) on
Thank you to Mrs Barker for posting on the P6 Class Page about Robert's success.Robert won three medals at a
Sciennes' Chess Club successfully competed in the Megafinal at Wester Hailes Education Centre on Sunday 28th April 2013, against other
Junior Award Scheme Scotland (JASS) is an accredited learning programme for P6-S2 pupils.Further information can be found here on the
Yet more chess success, as Sciennes Chess club is to represent school in East of Scotland chess competition.Sciennes chess club
Extremely well done Isla for being selected for the Scottish Gymnastics Squad!An outstanding achievement!
Congratulations to our P6 and P7 pupils who took part in the Scottish Schools Athletics Association Primary Cross Country Championships
Photographs from the Edinburgh Primary Schools Sports Association (EPSSA) Swim and Dive Gala at the Royal Commonwealth Pool, held in
We wish our P6 and P7 pupils who are competing in the Scottish Schools Athletics Association Primary Cross Country Championships
Well done the Sciennes' Team of P6 and P7 pupils who braved the elements to take part in the Edinburgh
Eimear MacLeod and Adam Paton greeted our visiting dignitaries and luminaries on Thursday 14th March and introduced them to Mrs
Congratulations to our intrepid P6 contestants - Bruno Armitage, Lorna Brockbank, James Beeston and Iona Mackinlay-Vich - who were runners
Spectacular running! 800 pupils competed from schools across the city at the Meadows EPSSA (Edinburgh Primary Schools Sports Association) Cross
Congratulations to Beau in P6B who won a Gold and a Bronze medal in Tae Kwon Do.
Very well done to Tristan in P5B who has achieved a black belt in Tae Kwon Do at the age
Olive Walker, Sarah Beck-Jenkins, Hannah Urquhart, Olivia Kay, Catherine Mitchell, Elena Santoyo-Brown, Amaya Santoyo-Brown, Ellie Douglas, Eilidh Cline, Esther Parmiter,
Congratulations to our magnificent P7 athletes who came First in the Sportshall Athletics tournament today at Meadowbank, Monday 10th December.
Congratulations to all our P6 and P7 skiers who competed at the annual Boyd Anderson Ski Race at Midlothian Ski
We think Saul in P4C might just be Sciennes' first ever British champion! Congratulations on winning first place at the
Thomas and Olivia in P5C and Zoe in P5A have been performing in the annual Gang Show at the King's
Well done Atharva, Joseph, Kim and Robert who were one of three teams who all came first in the Lothian
Well done to our P5 boys for all their endeavours when competing in the Hamilton Football Cup on Saturday.
Elena P6 receives silver medal for 80m sprintElena with event organiser Mrs Beth WalkerWell done to all our P6 and
Congratulations to P6 pupils Amaya, Sam, Eimear, Alex H, Elena, Jude, Hector, Murdo, Esther, Iqbal, Danny and Struan who won
Congratulations to Bea in P6A, sporting a silver medal won in a recent fencing competition.
So many of our children have had tremendous success in their pursuits and activities this session and P6 and P7
Well done Zoe for achieving your Sixer Brownie badge! All pupils have been asked to dress up on Friday 4th May
Congratulations to Theo, sporting a rosette he won at a recent chess competition.
Sunday 25th February was the final day in the Lothian Primary Chess League schools team competitions. Sciennes represented this event
The P2/3 Girls football team played in the first ever Brunstfield P2/3 football competition on Saturday 24th March, and they
Congratulations to the P7 Relay Swim Team who won Silver in the Breastroke competition at Ainslie Park Wednesday 28th March.
Well done to all our pupils and families who ran a mile for Sport Relief at the weekend.Pictured here are
Congratulations to Jemima Harrison, P5a, on her winning entry in Edinburgh Leisure’s writing competition. Jemima attended the Royal Commonwealth Pool
Congratulations to Jemima Harrison, P5a, on her winning entry in Edinburgh Leisure’s writing competition. Jemima will attend the Royal Commonwealth