An outstanding curriculum must go beyond the statutory requirements, offering experiences and opportunities tailored to meet the needs of our unique school community, whilst keeping at its heart, a planned learning experience, that gives life chances to all our pupils with no limitations.
To this end, our staff work collaboratively to ensure that the content and challenge of our curriculum meets the needs of all learners, no matter what their starting points so no opportunity is deemed unreachable.
Our carefully constructed curriculum ensures that each topic builds on the prior knowledge and skills of our learners and ensures they are ready for the next phase of learning.
Most importantly our curriculum places the child at the centre, putting equal value on being led by their interests and guiding their thoughts and experiences in new directions. It enables our children to be exposed to different experiences that will close the cultural capital gap.
We believe in actively promoting fundamental British values: democracy, the rule of the law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and belief, through the curriculum, the school’s vision and the extended school day. We offer a holistic approach to supporting and developing our children through spiritual, moral, social and cultural experiences.
We strongly believe that all children leaving our school are fully prepared and confident to take the next step in their learning journey and will have found a interest that they can foster for life.
Our curriculum is currently being updated and maps will follow shortly.