Fun, Creativity & Achievement

Fun, Creativity & Achievement

‘Fun, Creativity and Achievement.’ – The philosophy at the heart of our curriculum and our educational intent.

 

‘Fun’ to create happy confident learners.

‘Creativity’ to provide pupils with the very best curriculum experiences and foster imaginative, inventive learners providing them with the creative edge through immersive, creative opportunities that enable the children to take part in unique, experiential learning.

‘Achievement’ to develop children who not only have the strong core skills needed to engage with academia and professional life, but also build confident, enquiring, independent individuals who are well rounded, able to converse at all levels and who have the presence and self-assurance required to succeed in all areas and become the pioneers of tomorrow.

 

The image below was taken as part of our Year 6 Photography Curriculum in the summer of 2019

 

Our Curriculum is founded on Fun, Creativity & Achievement.

 

Phases of Learning

We have our own curriculum based on this philosophy which is delivered in our three phases:

Phase 1 – Years R & 1

Phase 2 – Years 2 & 3

Phase 3 – Years 4, 5 & 6

Throughout our Phases of learning their is a deliberate focus on the Visual Arts to nurture, promote and celebrate creativity.

 

The image below is part of Arts ‘Graffiti’ Curriculum

 

This image is of a butterfly made with an Artist in Residence as part of our Arts Curriculum

This image was taken as part of our Annual Shakespeare workshops across school.

 

 

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5th June 2020

June Update

As of the 1st June, the school is open to key worker & Reception children in small  socially-distanced bubbles. We are ensuring both children and staff stay safe on site, and thank all of our parents for their fantastic support. If your child is not in school with us at the moment, our teachers will […]

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3rd April 2020

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We are open for children of key workers and to support our vulnerable children.