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Curriculum

Our aim is to provide a rich, exciting, broadly based and challenging curriculum throughout the school, within which there is an emphasis on the learning of the basic skills in English (speaking, listening, reading, writing and spelling) and Mathematics, relevant to the needs of a continually changing society. We endeavour to develop the full potential of the individual in all aspects of school life, along with a fundamental and continual striving to raise standards in all areas.
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The National Curriculum covers English, Maths, Science, Information and Communications Technology, Design and Technology, History, Geography, Art, Music and Physical Education. Religious Education is also taught in school. We work extremely hard to meet the demands of the National Curriculum, monitoring and assessing children very carefully, planning accordingly and setting realistic but challenging targets for all pupils. Personal, Social, and Health Education (including Citizenship), Business and Industry, Environmental Education and Multi-Cultural Education are all important areas of learning which run across the curriculum. If you wish to discuss your child's participation in SRE or collective worship please contact the school.
Curriculum leaflets detailing what your child will be learning each term are sent home. Alternatively they can be accessed here:
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Homework is set, closely linked to and supporting class work. Parents are encouraged to support their children in completing homework and ensuring its return to school. The support parents give to their children can make a really significant impact on their child’s attitude to learning and the progress their child can make.