We believe in an inclusive and creative curriculum which develops a life-long love of learning and celebrates equality and diversity. We pride ourselves on pupils having a voice. Pupils feel listened to, valued, respected and empowered.
We focus on high quality teaching and learning, which centres on providing our pupils with the skills and knowledge to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.
British values and our core values of Respect, Responsibility and Resilience are incorporated into our long-term plans. This encourages pupils to acknowledge how important they are in guiding their daily actions and helping them to build character and self-control. Our pupils are introduced to gardening, cooking, CALMA, yoga and mentoring.
The school’s curriculum, based largely on the National Curriculum, aims to provide an integrated framework for learning, designed to draw upon the many different learning experiences open to pupils. It relies on making connections between curriculum areas and supports pupils to transfer and apply their learning.
Events, visits and trips out of school take advantage of London’s world class museums and galleries. Themed weeks include Ambitions Week, when the school working in partnership with Primary Futures, invites volunteers to share their career paths and choices. STEM Week and Money Week give pupils outcome-based learning experiences combining Science, Technology and Maths. A dedicated classroom designed for Science and the Arts is now established.
Parent curriculum newsletters are issued at the beginning of every term which detail the learning for each year group.
We have developed an approach to Remote Learning that fully complements our in-school curriculum. For further information click on the Remote Learning tab on the left.
Our curriculum is underpinned by the principles and aims of the Connect Education Trust Curriculum.