“Don’t let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your curiosity. It’s your place in the world; Go on and do all you can with it, and make it the life you want to live.”

Mae Jemison, First African American Woman Astronaut in Space

Our curriculum is broad, balanced, flexible, exciting, relevant, inclusive and well planned. We ensure it enables pupils to make a significant contribution to their school, their community and the wider world. We aim to nurture the spiritual, cultural and emotional well-being of each individual within a caring and safe environment. We are committed to a process of continual improvement promoting aspiration, confidence and enjoyment.

Our curriculum will give the children the opportunity to:

  • develop and demonstrate their creativity
  • develop new skills through a variety of interesting contexts
  • experience the challenge and enjoyment of learning
  • learn within a coherent and progressive framework
  • see clear links between different aspects of their learning
  • explore the breadth and depth of the national curriculum

For further information, please click the following link: Curriculum Strategy

Year Group Curriculum Maps

Please use these links to access our year group specific curriculum maps for the 2021/22 academic year.

Subject Specific Information

Subject Long Term Plans

Learning in Progress

Well-being

Our curriculum will give the children the opportunity to:

  • follow their own interests and be themselves
  • learn how to respect themselves and others
  • develop self-esteem and confidence in their abilities
  • reflect and think mindfully about their learning
  • work in a range of groups and settings
  • recognise that people are good at different things
  • learn in a peaceful and supportive environment

For further information, please click the following link: Wellbeing

Enrichment

Happy, well-rounded individuals with social and personal skills to step confidently into life’s journey are what we aspire to produce. We deliver this through a programme of extra-curricular clubs, trips, projects, fundraisers and workshops just as wide-ranging and stimulating as the work we do during the school day.

We will enrich our curriculum by:

  • holding specialist curriculum days or weeks
  • offering opportunities for children to learn outdoors
  • developing partnerships with external providers that extend children’s opportunities for learning
  • welcoming parents and carers to take part in children’s learning and experiences
  • providing on and off-site subject or topic related activities

Pupil Voice

Our curriculum will give the children the opportunity to:

  • make a positive contribution to the school and local community
  • explore ways of becoming an active citizen
  • express their opinions on a range of different topics and issues
  • contribute to planning their own learning
  • take part in democratic activities across the curriculum
  • make choices about things that are important to them
  • say what they like and dislike about their learning
  • take part in age-appropriate discussions

Pedagogy

Our curriculum will be taught through a pedagogy that:

  • enables and fosters children’s natural curiosity
  • excites, promotes and sustains children’s interest
  • promotes innovation and entrepreneurialism
  • enables children to reflect on and evaluate their learning
  • promotes problem solving, creativity and communication