To enable aims above to be realised, learning and teaching will be based on a curriculum which is:
· BROAD, so that it introduces all pupils to a wide range of concepts, experiences, knowledge and skills and promotes spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development;
· BALANCED, to ensure that each area of the curriculum is given sufficient time for it’s contribution to be effective;
· RELEVANT to the opportunities and experiences which will prepare children for their continued schooling and for adult life;
· INCLUSIVE, so that the needs of all pupils are recognised and provided for;
· DYNAMIC, so that developments in technology, teaching and learning, international and environmental issues can be taken up to enhance learning;
· PLANNED and implemented by staff with a shared vision and commitment.
· MANAGED efficiently by staff and governors working together towards agreed goals and continuous improvement;
· SUPPORTED by families and the community whose partnership in the education of children is accepted and valued.
· REFLECTIVE and adaptive to what we learn about children’s learning
· CREATIVE using opportunities to extend children’s learning from activities outside the classroom.