Our school’s curriculum combines high standards with a broad and rich curriculum. Great emphasis is placed on planning the curriculum so that there is continuity and progression, in knowledge and learning skills, yet with challenge and pace. A major part of the school’s curriculum is the National Curriculum, which consists of core subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Computing and Religious Education and Foundation Subjects: History, Geography, Design Technology, Art, Music and P.E. We also include Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) in our curriculum. We teach Modern Foreign Languages (MFL), namely French, to all classes from Year 3 to Year 6. We place great emphasis on developing children’s creativity and learning skills and aim to teach the curriculum through a creative, cross-curricular approach wherever possible and applicable.
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Visits and Visitors
We are dedicated to providing a rich source of first hand experiences for all the children by having visitors in school and through day and residential visits out of school. For some of these there is no cost, but for others the school will incur charges. Where school is unable to cover the total cost of these trips, contributions will be requested to ensure that the activity can take place.