Evelyn CommunityPrimary School

‘Inspiring minds, nurturing dreams, learning for life’

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Student Exit Profile

Student Exit Profile Rap


When you’re eleven and you leave our school,

Achieve all these and you’ll be really cool


Yes, these are the things you need to know,

So try to achieve them before you go


Sew on a button, be able to cook,

Write a business plan and enjoy a book


Win our merit badge at least 4 times,

Act in a play and remember your lines


Please don’t worry if ever you lose,

Smile and be happy – don’t blow a fuse


Speak a little Spanish, enjoy a swim,

Hola!, adios, just throw yourself in


Use your manners – say please and thank you,

Try your best in everything you do


Play a small tune on an instrument,

Speak loud and clear – be confident


Yes all of these mean you’ll leave our school,

Caring, loyal and extremely cool


Don’t make do with second best,

Reach for the stars with energy and zest!



We have a Student Exit Profile in place in school, which is a portrait of how we want every child to achieve in terms of Academic, Spiritual, Moral, Social, Cultural and Emotional development.

We have exemplified these with practical illustrations, as follows.



Foundation Stage

· Have a hobby

· Have watched something being born

· Have played a role in a production

· Have taken part in at least 1 risk taking activity

· Understand how other people can feel

· Have played a role in a production

· Read for leisure

· Have a hobby

· Be able to articulate my feelings

· Swim at least 25 metres

· Be able to deal with losing and disappointment

· Represented the school in a compeition




Foundation Stage/KS1

· Have visited, or heard speak, at least 2 different peoples’ business or careers

· Have listened to an orchestra or part of an orchestra


· Have spoken on the radio

· Have visited at least 2 different places of worship

· Be able to hold a simple conversation in Spanish

· Be able to sew on a button

· Be able to play a tune on an instrument

· Have visited at least 4 cultural venues

· Recognise paintings by at least 3 different artists

· Recognise music by at least 3 different composers




Foundation Stage

· Have at least 3 friends


· Understand social etiquette, eg. table manners

· Be able to disagree courteously


· Be able to play at least 4 board games properly

· Know what to do if they have a worry

· Have resolved at least one friendship problem

· Understand the importance of hygiene

· Be able to prepare and cook at least 3 healthy snacks

· Have spoken with different members of the local community

· Have experienced a residential trip

· Have represented the school as an ambassador

· Be able to carry out basic first aid




Foundation Stage

· Use manners automatically


· Have experienced road safety training

· Know that actions have consequences (positive or negative)

· Use manners automatically


· Know where the dangers are in my locality and how to respond to them

· Complete homework tasks

· Have won the merit badge twice since starting school

· Have been a ‘lead learner’

· Have written a business plan

· Know their ‘rights’ as a child

· Name at least 3 different charities they have supported



Foundation Stage

· Have grown something from seed to harvest

· Be able to visualise a ‘happy place’

· Know how to feel calm and relaxed

· Respect outdoor environments

· Know how to take care of animals


· Have written a prayer or poem


· Understand how to promote happiness in myself and others

· Be able to reflect

· Know how to feel calm and relaxed

· Know when and how to have quiet times

· Show empathy for friends and family as well as those in the wider world

· Have an awareness of environmental, global and wildlife issues



We hope you will agree that if every child leaves our school with these achievements we will be sending excellent ‘citizens’ to secondary school, fully ready for their journey through to further education and life in general.

The majority of our children achieve these goals by the time they leave our school at the end of year 6. This means they are “secondary ready”, not just academically but in all other aspects of their development.