St Paul’s Curriculum
At St Paul’s CE Primary School, we believe in the concept of lifelong learning. We maintain that learning should be a rewarding, relevant and enjoyable experience that is rooted in our Christian faith. Through our teaching and curriculum, we equip all children with knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to be confident learners now and for life.
Our creative curriculum is coherent, planned, sequenced, progressive, challenging and aims to meet all the requirements of the National Curriculum from EYFS to year 6. It gives opportunities for mastery in all subjects, helping all children to aspire, to achieve the best they can in all the learning they explore.
Our inclusive curriculum promotes equality and celebrates diversity, respecting the rights and dignity of every child enabling all children to reach their potential.
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Click here to see what St Paul's Curriculum means to our Community
|Click here to read some quotes from parents||Click here to read some quotes from children|
Maths and English are taught in ability sets from year 1 onwards, click the links below you see the progressive curriculum mapped out for reading, writing, maths and science.
All other subjects are taught in mixed aged classes. Click the links below to see the curriculum followed by each year group, this includes the unit titles and focus for each curriculum area with the exception of Maths and English.
Click on the subjects below to see the progressive curriculum pupils experience subject by subject and what they learn in each year group.
|Physical Education||Modern Foreign Languages||Design & Technology||PSHE|
See our Curriculum in Action