Our Curriculum

We aim to provide a broad, balanced curriculum which is interesting and exciting, building on the children’s enthusiasm for learning. Through our curriculum, we want to prepare children for the world they live in today. It is very important that the children are numerate and literate and able to access the next stage of their education without any barriers. We put a lot of emphasis on supporting the children to develop good skills in these areas and ensure that every child reaches their potential. However, we also believe that there are other important skills and attributes that the children need to develop to be successful and we believe that our curriculum provides them with the opportunities to do that. We want children to be tolerant individuals who are accepting of difference and who do not see difference as something to be scared of. We want to develop their ability to listen to the views of others with respect before deciding for themselves. We want the children to be interested in the world around them, to be able to ask questions and to be inquisitive. They need to be able to work in teams to reach a common goal. In order to achieve all this we give the children a wide range of experiences through our curriculum and push them out of their ‘comfort zones’, helping them to become thoughtful, independent individuals.

Click on the tabs below to see different aspects of our curriculum.
Look at the year group pages to see the topics that are covered in each year group.
Click on the Clubs and Groups tab to see all the before school, lunchtime and after school clubs as well as the activities that take place during the holiday clubs.
The calendar will show you all the out of school activities and residential visits that are planned for the year.

Key Concepts

Topic Themes

Curriculum Overview