"The many exciting clubs, trips and activities provided capture the pupils' imagination and extend their horizons." - Ofsted
We offer a broad curriculum which includes all National Curriculum subjects. There are many enrichment opportunities planned into the curriculum and the children make regular visits to galleries, theatres, museums, and sporting venues. We also have frequent visitors to school throughout the year and these enrich and enhance the learning experience within classrooms.
The school uses the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) to support the delivery of the foundation subjects and some science topics. We believe that this gives our children the opportunity to put their learning into context and to make the links between different areas of the curriculum.
We are proud of our musical tradition and ensure that the children have the option to learn a wide range of instruments, sing in the school choir or join the school orchestra.
The new National Curriculum has been taught in schools from September 2014. However, for children in Years 2 and 6 the new curriculum did not become statutory until September 2015. There have been some changes to the curriculum and below you can find a parent's guide to what your child will now be learning. We hope this is helpful for you.