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Our curriculum aims:

  • To ensure that all children feel safe and happy in order for them to achieve their full potential.
  • To have a positive impact on the local community.
  • To develop tolerance, empathy and tackle stereotypes, preparing children for life in modern Britain.
  • To prepare children for their next steps; from key stage to key stage and beyond.
  • To be child-led, engaging and exciting.
  • To develop creativity and collaboration skills.
  • To challenge each child to achieve.
  • To develop independence and resilience through meaningful and relevant content and approaches.
  • To engage parents and the wider community.
  • To value each child’s contribution and individuality.
  • To use child-led differentiation to encourage children to take ownership of their learning and challenge themselves.

Teachers ensure that learning meets our curriculum aims. When planning, consideration must be given to how best we can meet children’s needs, include all children and motivate them. More details can be found in our Teaching and Learning Policy 2018.

Subject information

School trips, visitors and experiences

School trips, visitors and experiences are used to support learning within the classroom. They are an integral part of inspiring and engaging learning and can offer unique and memorable learning opportunities across the curriculum.

Curriculum updates

Multi-Sports Event

Marvellous Multi-Sports Our Year 2 children had a great time taking part in lots of different sporting activities. They travelled to Easingwold to compete against other local schools. All the...
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Trip to the National Railway Museum

Neville Class Visit Our topic this term is transport. We have been finding out about lots of different types of transport. We have looked at the early trains and talked...
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Swedish Visitors

Our Visitors from Sweden We were very pleased to be able to welcome another group of students from our partner school in Sweden. This year 21 children from Gothenburg arrived...
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Bewerley Park 2017

Bewerley Park Our Year 6 children participated in a residential visit to Bewerley Park in September. They wrote about their experiences and particular events that were special for them. Here...
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