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How does the school teach?

How does the school teach? The schools aim is to enable every child to reach their full potential across the curriculum by providing a rich and relevant curriculum that embraces a range of teaching styles and experiences and is based upon direct first hand experience. We focus on innovation and creating best practice by fostering a collaborative approach within and between our schools locally. The curriculum follows the requirements of the National Curriculum and is organised in a way that engages and interests pupils as they develop and apply their skills and knowledge. The content and delivery of the curriculum will be matched to children’s needs and to their levels of maturity. Children will be helped to understand the world they live in and taught the skills they will need in their next stage of schooling and beyond. The curriculum will reflect the local context of the school and use opportunities for first hand learning in the local area. Technology is used to support and enhance learning as part of a curriculum for the 21st century.
Children’s progress will be closely monitored so that their curriculum experiences and the support they receive will help them to meet their potential. In addition to the traditional curriculum areas children will experience personal, social, health and emotional education to help them live a full, safe and happy life. Religious education will be taught separately and will follow the guidelines of the Local Agreed Syllabus.

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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

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