We believe that learning should be engaging and fun and teach students how to access the skills they need to be successful.
Our curriculum is designed and constantly evaluated so that we can embrace and support our beliefs and work for the benefit of our learners. The curriculum takes account of the legal requirements of the National Curriculum.
In order to do this successfully, we follow the Inspire Curriculum (details below), Rising Stars, Val Sabin (PE) and Essex SACRE (ExploreRE). These act as exciting bases for our curriculum. Teachers plan around the themes to make learning exciting and engaging for our learners. In turn, this enables us to plan for the needs of all learners in order that they are supported to reach and exceed their potential.
As previously stated, we ensure that we develop our curriculum to meet the requirements of the National Curriculum as well as national and local guidance (where appropriate) as well as the needs of children.
Our aim is to provide a curriculum that is inspiring, broad, balanced and differentiated in order to help each child realise their full potential.
As a Church of England Primary school, Religious education is taught in accordance with the Essex agreed syllabus. Our ethos is firmly rooted in Christianity but we consider that RE provides opportunities not only to explore the Christian faith, but to begin to understand other religions.
It should also provide opportunities for children to reflect on their inner feelings, issues such as caring, sharing, kindness, tolerance and being sensitive to the beliefs of others.
An assembly is held each day which is mainly Christian in nature. The school enjoys close links with St. Nicholas Church. The Parish Priest regularly leads assemblies and religious services at school.
If you require any further information about our curriculum please telephone the school office on 01268 786874 or email email@example.com
Please follow this link to find out about the curriculum we follow:
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