Our priority is to develop the whole child, where the child is seen as an individual and where both pastoral and academic considerations are of importance.
Our school is, for most pupils, the start of their formal education. We therefore aim to ensure all children develop a love of learning, alongside the knowledge, skills and understanding that will enable them to achieve well throughout their education.
The Department for Education (DfE) breaks down formal schooling into key stages. Like most schools, we follow the National Curriculum. We want our children to be engaged in their learning from day one so we have devised an exciting curriculum that teaches knowledge and concepts that build upon previous learning. We also provide opportunities beyond the classroom and the National Curriculum that help to broaden our children's' experiences and understanding of the World.
As we have some split-year classes, the school operates a 2-year cycle for subjects other than maths, reading and writing. This ensures that pupils receive the full curriculum without repeating any topics.
Click on the items below to find out more about our long term curriculum and our curriculum subjects.