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OUR CURRICULUM

Our curriculum is based on the Christian principle of Wisdom and intends to foster opportunities for children to learn about the World, one another and God. We strive to promote a curriculum which imparts knowledge; is language rich promoting the acquisition of a wider vocabluary and a love of reading, and builds cultural capital. 

We define our curriculum as the totality of a child's learning experience whilst they are with us, ensuring that they are secondary ready when they complete their 'journey of discovery and opportunity'.  

We value all learners and aim to ensure every member of our school community can flourish as this is 'life in all its fullness'. Our curriculum aims to give hope and prepare children for the future in which they can fully participate as responsible and confident citizens.

Curriculum framework

Knowledge Organisers  

We share intended learning outcomes with parents and children at the onset of each unit of study though our knowledge organisers.They highlight knowledge gains and vocabulary that will be introduced as well as suggesting a book children will be reading as part of the unit. The organisers are a useful assessment tool for all and promote additional hone learning opportunities too.

Robins

Discovery; Where's Wally; Toys; Trains, Planes and Automobiles; Rainforests,

Kingfishers

Discovery; Where's Wally; Toys; Trains, Planes and Automobiles; Rainforests,

Owls

Discovery; Where's Wally; Toys; Trains, Planes and Automobiles; Rainforests,

Whole school RE overview

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A copy of our current Curriculum Framework can be viewed by following the links above. Children at the school access Storytime Phonics as part of our phonics teaching and Oxford Reading Tree, Rising Stars, Letters & Sounds and Pearson Reading Schemes with the sequence of reading books being matched closely to reflect our chosen phonics programme.