In setting forth these aims, we are aware that they can only be achieved within the framework of specific teaching of knowledge and skills. We attach a great deal of importance to the teaching of basic subjects, but realise that learning and understanding, is best achieved through offering a wider programme of work. We have adopted the Plymouth Education Authority Curriculum Statement and a copy of this is displayed in the school reception. The National Curriculum has been introduced in English, Maths, Science, ICT, RE, Technology, History, Geography, Music, Art and Physical Education
All National Curriculum subjects provide opportunities to promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Explicit opportunities to promote pupil's development in these areas are provided in RE and the non-statutory framework for PSHE and Citizenship. A significant contribution is also made by school ethos, effective relationships throughout school, collective worship and other curriculum activities.