In September 2014 the National Curriculum was updated and new expectations for each subject and year group were introduced. As a school we ensure that we teach all the statutory requirements. Since the introduction of the latest OFSTED framework in September 2019 we have reviewed the curriculum to ensure the Intent, Implementation and Impact is of high importance within our well-planned and progressive broad curriculum.
Our approach is to teach a broad and balanced ‘Creative Curriculum’ as we believe in involving our children in their learning and equipping them with the skills they will need to achieve economic well-being when they leave education. Reading, writing and maths are seeded through our Creative Curriculum and we link different subjects together to make learning purposeful. Our Curriculum is also based on 4 key drivers that are personal to our school and reflect the social and educational needs of our local area. Our key drivers are the focus of every theme of work which is developed through school - they are Enterprise, Aspiration, Mutual Respect and Tolerance and Resilience.
Please click on the following links to see what each Year group is learning during the 2020 - 2021 academic year.
Autumn 1 theme day displays