Creates a partnership with our parents/carers and all stakeholders
Takes into account individual learning needs, experiences and backgrounds
Allows everyone to experience success
Raises aspirations and standards of attainment
Personal and academic progress over their time within the school community.
The majority of Curriculum time is given to Core Subjects to ensure that our children and young people have the essential skills needed for life and access to the wider curriculum
Personalised, differentiated support to stretch and challenge our children and young people so progress is accelerated from point of entry
Ensure all our children and young people make progress towards national expectations in order to narrow the gaps in learning
Enrichment through a creative curriculum and outdoor education which underpins SMSC and British values to create responsible and active citizens
Support transitions at each key stage for all our children and young people
Intervention programmes and community activities are offered to enhance learning, personal development and safety
Careers Information Advice and Guidance is embedded across the school
The broad and balanced school Curriculum provides a strong academic core of subjects underpinned by SMSC, fundamental British Values, Careers Guidance, Healthy Living and well-being, preparation for the next stage, equality and diversity.
Classes are typically taught in mixed age groups based on individual needs and dynamics.
You can read our full Mathematics Policy by downloading the PDF below.