Our curriculum

Our Curriculum 

 

 

Here is our curriculum overview for 2017-2018

Our curriculum is designed by the children, for the children. How many schools actually stand back and listen to the children; to find out what they would like to learn? How many schools allow the children to ask the questions on subjects that really interest them? Our children can!
 
They get to ask and answer questions; learn about subjects and topics that they have chosen and that can be adapted and developed weekly. Our children know that they can suggest changes and enhancements to what they are being taught. Our curriculum is designed so thoroughly that we can give our children the opportunities to choose, but still teach them the fundamental skills that are needed to become life-long learners.
 
"Teachers regularly capture the interest and enthusiasm of pupils.  This is partly to an exciting range of subjects and activities in which pupils make choices about their learning"  OFSTED January 2013
 
"The curriculum, and the way it is organised, engages and fascinates pupils, making them want to learn. The thematic approach helps pupils to explore different subjects in greater depth, broaden their horizons and find out about life within and beyond the United Kingdom. Visits to different places of worship help them learn about other religions and cultures; the recent residential visit to France gave older pupils a chance to experience aspects of life in another country. Personal, social and health education is woven through the curriculum themes and is underpinned by the school’s core values."  OFSTED June 2017
 
If you have any further questions with this ticket or would like help with any other matter, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Please see our current topic outlines for each year group below. 

PDF files show the coverage of each subject in each term. Download to view them! 

Each term your child will bring home a Topic Pracis. This will outline everything that we are covering in that particular term.
 
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