Our Curriculum Vision
Be enthused and motivated learners who display the values of our school
Develop a cultural awareness and understanding of local and global issues
Be emotionally literate and express themselves articulately
Develop resilience, reasoning and problem solving skills
Master the skills needed to be successful in the next stage of their education and beyond
Understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and how this can be achieved
We are currently in the process of updating our curriculum offer and therefore the documents on display here may be subject to change as we develop and refine our thinking.
In September 2019 we made the change from teaching whole school termly topics to designing a curriculum offer for each year group which focuses on teaching discrete subject areas. Please see the Long Term Plans below for each year group.
We have worked with South Wootton Infant School to identify what the key areas of need are for our children and continue to work closely together to ensure an effective and smooth transition between the schools.
Ultimately, we aim to provide a broad, balanced and inclusive curriculum which enables all pupils to thrive and prepares them for the next steps in education and later life. This means that our curriculum entails more than the learning outlined on our Long Term Plans.
We believe strongly in providing for the whole child – ensuring that basic needs are met so that children are ready to learn.
We have invested in robust support systems for pupils and parents and build in opportunities for children to develop emotionally, socially and physically as well as intellectually. This is even more vital in the current climate as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
We are currently working on reviewing the progression documents and policies for each subject. As each area is completed, the relevant documents will be added to this web page. We intend to do this over two years, completing work on English, Maths, Science, RSHE, History and Geography during 2019-2020 and moving on to PE, Art, Music, Modern Foreign Languages, RE and Design Technology in 2020-2021.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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