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Curriculum

Vision

  • Happy and healthy pupils and staff.
  • Resilient, independent learners.
  • Positive relationships with others within the community.
  • Pupils well prepared for the next stage of their learning journey and in all aspects of their life.
  • Pupils have positive and inspiring experiences.
  • Supportive and engaged parents and carers.

Values

  • Determination to be the best we can be in all we do.
  • Respect for each other, ourselves and our community.
  • Show kindness and consideration to others at all times.
  • Take responsibility for our own actions and learning.
  • Collaborate to work successfully with other people in different situations.
  • Be honest with ourselves and others – do the right thing.

Curriculum Aims

  • Provide our pupils with a rich and varied curriculum that promotes ambition and enables pupils to develop knowledge and skills in a range of subjects.
  • Support our pupils to read and develop a lifelong enjoyment of reading taking genuine pleasure from what they read.
  • Enable pupils to develop resilience in all aspects of their school life using Growth Mindset as a tool to achieve this.
  • Foster a culture that success is limitless using the ‘Learning without Limits’ approach in all lessons.
  • Develop pupils Cultural Capital through varied curriculum experiences that inspire the pupils and help them gain an appreciation of achievement, creativity and nature.
  • Deliver lessons which motivate and inspire pupils in all areas of the curriculum, for example, developing the Scientists, Geographers and Artists of the future.
  • Encourage pupils to embrace and have opinions on the social, moral, spiritual and cultural issues that they encounter.

Yearly Curriculum Overview for each year group

Year 3

Curriculum Overview Year 3

Year 4

Curriculum Overview Year 4

Year 5

Curriculum Overview Year 5

Year 6

Curriculum Overview Year 6