The core intent of our curriculum is to develop joy and purpose through learning. We will do this by delivering a curriculum that enables children to become:
-To be able to have the basic skills of reading, writing and maths to succeed in the next part of their education.
-To be able to know, understand and apply all they have been taught.
-To be able to make informed decisions.
-To be able to adapt their approach (to reach success in the most efficient way possible).
Effective in their relationships
-To understand the different backgrounds and life choices that people make and respect these differences.
-To celebrate and rejoice in diversity.
-Listen to the views of others and be able to empathise with them.
-To know how and when to negotiate, compromise and support others.
-To be able to share their thoughts and feelings with others.
-To understand the importance of trust in any relationship.
-To develop and share their own views.
-To question and analyse critically.
-To know the difference between right and wrong and stand up for this.
-Develop original ideas.
-To embrace both challenge and failure.
-To think for themselves.
-To know how to access resources, when to ask for help and how to support their own learning.
-Be aware of their physical and mental health and how to sustain and improve it.
-To be able to reflect on their own behaviours and actions and learn from this.
-To recognise their own self worth.
-Develop strategies that help them to solve their own problems.
-To aspire to be the best version of themselves.
-To love learning and know that it is a continuous journey that lasts for the rest of their lives.
-Understand their place in the school, wider community and the world.
-To make a positive contribution individually, locally, nationally and globally.
-Respect the world that they live in and all the people within it.
-To embrace British values.
-To understand the impact of their own actions.
-To influence and empower others to make a positive difference.
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