Our Curriculum is based on the National Curriculum and as such is, broad, balanced and has high aspirations for all pupils. This includes all pupil groups such as disadvantaged and pupils with SEND.
If you want to know more about our curriculum please contact the school office.
Our Accessibility Plan, on our Policy page, provides details on how will adapt of offer to meet the needs of all pupils.
Cultural Capital is the essential knowledge that children need to be educated citizens, introducing them to the best that has been thought and said and helping to engender an appreciation of human creativity and achievement.
We aim to provide pupils with opportunities for life in a diverse world by learning about, and from, all who have gone before us regardless of gender, race, faith, ethnicity.
Throughout the school year, we will also explore and discuss our Christian and British Values and our vision for learning. Our Long Term Maps show how we include these in our teaching across our Curriculum.
We will explore:
Individual Liberty; Mutual Respect; Tolerance; Rule of Law and Democracy through lessons and whole school worship and assemblies.
Big Picture of our Curriculum
What does your child learn at school each day?
From September 2022, we will be using Read Write Inc as our Phonics teaching framework. In the sections below, you will be able to find information about how we teach our other curriculum subjects. Full details, by term, will be on the individual class pages.