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Curriculum

 

Our school's central aim is the achievement of the highest possible standards by all children. We provide an environment in which:

  • Quality teaching and learning come first.
  • Hard work and positive achievements are always praised.
  • Very high standards of behaviour are expected.
  • Staff, children, parents and governors all work together.
  • Visitors are welcomed.
  • There is a calm, orderly and purposeful atmosphere.

 

Values:

 

Our curriculum is underpinned by the values of our school:

  • We value each child, each being unique, and our curriculum promotes respect for the views of each individual child, as well as for people of all cultures.
  • We value spiritual and moral development alongside intellectual and physical growth.
  • We value and respect each child in our school for who they are and treat them with respect, fairness and honesty.
  • We aim for each individual to be successful and thus provide equal opportunities for all the children in our school.
  • We value each person in our community and aspire to promote co-operation and understanding between all members of our community through our curriculum.
  • We value our learning environment and aim to teach children to be responsible for our school and locality, the things and the people within it.

 

Aims:

 

Through offering a broad, balanced, creative and challenging curriculum, our children will be supported to:

  •  Establish a healthy lifestyle

·  Understand how to keep themselves safe

·  Enjoy their learning and achieve their potential

· Make a positive contribution to the school, and wider, community

· Develop age appropriate understanding of economic wellbeing

· Develop lively, enquiring minds

· Develop a positive attitude to learning as a basis for lifelong learning

· Be able to question, discuss and make choices as independent learners, understanding right from wrong

· Acquire a good level skill in literacy, numeracy and information communication technology (ICT) as well as develop their knowledge and understanding of the world around them

· Recognise and appreciate their own achievements and those of others

· Develop creativity and curiosity in their learning

  • Understand the importance of truth and fairness, and the difference between right and wrong so that they may be good, responsible citizens within society

 

 

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