Our curriculum is organised in a way that challenges, inspires and stimulates our children. Children have access to an exciting and aspirational curriculum and throughout their time in the school will encounter experiences that enable them to engage with the values and Christian ethos that are at the heart of our school.
We provide links between different areas of learning and ensure that children develop personal values, attitudes and qualities which enable them to become life-long learners. We promote individual responsibility, determination and resilience alongside spiritual, moral, social and cultural education.
The broad and balanced curriculum, enhanced by a range of trips, visitors, music, sports and art events is designed to give children opportunities to become independent and engaged learners. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are planned to provide children with ample opportunities to learn and succeed, whatever their passion, skills and interests.
Our Curriculum Provision Maps outline the work that we provide for our children; the detail of the plans may change as teachers respond to learning needs and the interests of the children in their class.
Subject Leaders act as advisors and provide a support network for staff in the implementation of the curriculum. Resources are constantly monitored in order to ensure both provision and diversity of approach.
Our curriculum is shared with parents via curriculum meetings, the curriculum maps can be found on our website.
The children in Reception follow a curriculum that adheres to the statutory EYFS guidance. Details of the curriculum can be found on the Reception class page.
If you require any further information regarding our curriculum, please do not hesitate to speak to your child's classteacher or Mr Edwards-Grundy.