Our vision is for ‘Living life in all its fullness' (John 10:10). We aim to work together with parents and carers to provide learning and play experiences which will engage children’s interests; inspire them to want to know more; motivate them to persevere with their learning and empower them to develop skills of independence.
The Intention of our Curriculum is that, in ‘achieving together in a Christian school,’ and through actively demonstrating our Core Values, our children will become:
- Confident individuals who can positively face the successes and challenges of life.
- Successful learners who can take their place in a constantly changing world.
- Responsible citizens who are able to make a positive contribution to today’s diverse society.
- Appreciative and respectful of other people’s uniqueness and talents and recognised and celebrated for their own.
We want each child to enjoy coming to school because they take joy in learning, they know they are valued and unique and they take pride in themselves and our school.
We all know that when children are excited and engaged in their learning they make good progress.
We place great importance on pupils being active participants in their learning and work together to ensure they become successful learners, confident individuals and responsible citizens.
We fully recognise the importance of developing pupils’ essential knowledge, understanding and skills in Maths, Literacy as well as across the broad range of the National Curriculum subjects. Alongside these we provide many opportunities to explore and develop pupils’ creative, physical, cultural, spiritual, personal and social skills.
We pride ourselves in ensuring children’s learning experiences are real and relevant, appropriately differentiated and ensure they develop the subject knowledge, understanding and skills they need to move into the next stage of their education and beyond as well-rounded individuals.
Visit our Class Pages to find out more about our curriculum.
Read our Curriculum Statement here.