It’s more then a unique curricular approach, we propose a whole new learning experience. It does not only include the classes and activities which are arranged and provided while the children are at school, but also the standards, quality and discipline of the school, the attitudes and values which it promotes.
Therefore we see the curriculum as much in terms of experience, as of knowledge and skills we think the children should attain.
By the time that most children are ready to transfer to their future schools we would expect them to be independent, confident learners and be able to:
In planning the curriculum and putting it into practice, we aim to ensure that as far as possible the way children are taught, individually, in small groups or as a part of a whole class, matches their individual needs. The needs of those who learn more slowly are met as an integral part of the work of the school.
As our pupils come from widely differing ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds, the school has policies covering all aspects of the curriculum. These are aimed at preparing all of them to live in a multicultural society and to recognise and take advantage of the valuable contribution the different cultural backgrounds can make to their education.