• Our school motto “Treasure Each Individual” reflects our view that each child deserves to be valued in their own right and to be supported to develop their own unique talents. This links closely with our Christian vision, which is based upon Psalm139. We recognise that all of us are “wonderfully made…dearly loved and precious in God’s sight”. Our curriculum is  designed to inspire children in the widest sense: spiritually, academically, physically, culturally and globally so that they are equipped to be the best that they can be in every sense and prepared for life as citizens in the wider and ever changing world.

    Our curriculum is therefore planned around seven areas of learning and addresses the physical, mental, spiritual, cultural and intellectual health of all children.


    Key components

    Well Being


    PE, Peer Massage, Mindfulness, Active Schools, Sex and Relationships Education, Forest School


    Spiritual and Moral


    RE, Philosophy, Family Values


    Personal Skills


    Growth Mindset, Leadership, Independence, Self-reliance, Resilience, Team Work,

    Commitment, Empathy, Self-reflection




    Reading, Writing, Grammar, Punctuation, Handwriting, Speaking, Listening, Phonics, Drama, vocabulary



    Number, Problem Solving, Reasoning, Calculation, Measurement, Fractions/Decimals, Geometry, Algebra

    Knowledge and Understanding the World


    Science, History, Geography, Modern Foreign Language


    Computing, Global citizenship


    The Arts


    Art, Design Technology, Music


    The following documents detail our specific aims for each of our curriculum subject areas.

    Design Technology
    Art and Craft
    Physical Education
    Religious Education


    Collective Worship

    Collective Worship occurs daily, either as a whole school or in Key Stages. Children are encouraged to take a leading role in some assemblies. Assemblies reflect the rich and varied heritage of other cultures as well as the Christian heritage. Examples from the lives and literature of many cultures and faiths provide inspiration and role models. Each class prepares an assembly to share with the school and parents at least once a year. Every Friday the school gathers together for a ‘special’ assembly where achievements are recognised and celebrated together. The presentation of celebrations and seasonal festivals increases knowledge and understanding.
    Parents may make a request to withdraw a child from assemblies and religious education. Such a request would need to be discussed with the Headteacher.

    Personal, Social, Health Education & Citizenship
    Global Awareness, Community Cohesion and MFL
    Relationships and Sex Education
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