Curriculum Overview

Mission Statement

''I have come so they may have life and live it to the full.'' John 10:10

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Curriculum Intent

We strive to provide a curriculum that is designed to empower and inspire learners with powerful knowledge; to develop literacy and numeracy skills and foster love of learning, strength of character and deepen faith and joy, so that our learners are equipped with the keys to open doors and the courage to feel they can open them. In doing so, we fulfil our mission "I have come so that they have life and live it to the full" (John 10:10).

Curriculum design

The curriculum is designed to recognise prior learning and is coherently sequenced to ensure that learners are rich in knowledge, skills and values to become life-long learners.
We deliver the National Curriculum in a way which is appropriate to our city, our area, our school and our planet. It is a curriculum which sets in place firm foundations to promote learning and self-esteem of the learner.
Every child is recognised as a unique individual and welcome differences within our community. We provide enhancement opportunities to engage learning and believe that childhood should be a happy, safe, investigative and enquiring time in our lives.


Our curriculum aims include:

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  • provide challenges through a progression of transferable knowledge and skills 


  • being stimulating, creative and fostering a love of learning and thirst for knowledge


  • encouraging the asking of ‘big questions’, critiquing of information and viewpoints.


  • acquiring a rich vocabulary and promoting reading fluency



  • morally, spiritually and culturally aware.


  • self-regulation and metacognition

Self-regulative and metacognitive


  • working well as a team

Team player


  • Enabling perseverence through challenge



  • regularly being creative and problem solving


  • promoting respect for others

Caring, punctual and good attender


  • inspiring and preparing pupils for the fast-changing world of work



Click here for curriculum time allocations

SEA Remote learning guide 2020-21.pdf

If you require any further curriculum information please contact Mrs. H. Charnley (Assistant Headteacher)