Ask, Seek, Knock. Matthew 7:7
Knowledge forms the foundation of pupils' education and it is upon this certain skills can be developed by working from the Programmes of Study in the National Curriculum, which have been carefully mapped out to ensure progression from key stage 1 until the end of key stage two.
Other separate subject areas include Humanities, Design Technology and Art, Computing, Religious Education, Music, Physical Education and French. Some of the foundation subjects are taught weekly, while other are blocked into 1 or 2 week units. The full range of foundation subjects are taught to all year groups to ensure a broad curriculum is enjoyed by all pupils.
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At our school there are opportunities for all pupils to be taught by specialist teachers and this increases the children move up the school. Specialist teachers are employed for music, French and sports.
We also provide the children with opportunities to learn about sustainability and enterprise by planning and running events like the Christmas Fair and charity days. Through 'Looking for Learning' and 'Building Learning Power' the children develop their own understanding of learning and practise skills which help in all lessons.
We are very lucky to have amazing school grounds, with a large field and so we aim to provide lots of opportunities for outdoor learning.
Other areas of the curriculum include: