We are very proud of our curriculum and the opportunities we provide for all of our children. We work hard to ensure the curriculum is broad and balanced and allows all children to know success and achievement. Nurturing our children to ensure they are happy and supported is a priority for us and we have a dedicated PSHCE programme and strong school ethos to ensure we value the whole child.
To provide a broad, balanced curriculum which is relevant to and widens the experiences of our children and nurtures their development in order to prepare them for the challenges they will face and inspire a love of knowledge, learning and life.
The highest standards of education in English and maths are provided. There is a commitment to staff training and the provision of challenge for our pupils. We strive, at every key stage, to ensure our children reach their full potential and to assess and monitor progress to ensure this is continued throughout their time with us.
The skills taught within English and maths are embedded throughout the whole curriculum through a planned link to basic skills and all learning will be explicit to pupils.
- Learning is organised and revisited so children are able to encode and store information effectively to support retrieval from long term memory
- Retrieval of knowledge, skills and vocabulary is revisited regularly through a spaced review of learning through curriculum passports
- Learning is developed over time with a focus on a greater depth of application
- Staff skills are utilised to ensure high quality teaching in subject specialism
Our children will:
- Have secure literacy and maths skills which will support them in their next phase of education and beyond
- Have experienced a broad and balanced curriculum which meets individual needs, challenges, motivates and inspires their thinking to ensure love of learning for life
- Develop, over time, a deep understanding of concepts within subject areas which secures knowledge and skills into long term memory
- Have a range of experiences including a residential experience by year 6, forest school , beach school, farm school and factory school learning
- Engage in an education based on experience, knowledge, understanding, vocabulary and skills which builds ‘cultural capital’ for our children
- Be physically fit and healthy, be able to swim 25 meters or a length suitable to their needs
- Be confident, respectful, resilient, responsible and engaged young people who are engaged in school and their community
Topic Webs Autumn 2022
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