Our Curriculum

We are making really exciting changes to our curriculum! Keep checking back on the website pages under the curriculum title for updates! 

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Our curriculum takes a thematic approach which is very much underpinned by our school vision. We believe it is important for pupils to learn through practical, engaging and meaningful experiences that are relevant and prepare them for life. We use many of Chris Quigley’s Creative Themes for Learning but have made these our own by creating schemes of work that are closely linked to a text, provide opportunities for quality writing and follow the interests of our pupils. Our curriculum provides our children with a solid base for future education, nurtures curiosity and a love of learning and develops the skills and knowledge they will need to become successful adults who achieve their potential.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11 

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 Our Curriculum overview

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 We believe that children learn best through experience and so visits and visitors play a huge role in our curriculum. Many of the visits take part at the beginning of the topic so that children can relate their learning to their experiences. Click on the link below to view our visits and visitors plan for this academic year but please note that we may add to this list as other opportunities arise.

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