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Curriculum Statement

Our vision is life in all its fullness; for all our children, their families and the whole staff team. This Christian vision is at the heart of everything we do and it inspires us to focus on what is most important – preparing all children to flourish both now and later in life. Our children join us as infants – predominantly from our linked school Hampton Wick Infant and Nursery School – and leave us as seniors. Along the way, our curriculum gives them every opportunity to explore who they are; their passions, interests and aspirations. 

We believe we provide our children with an excellent start to life; giving them the skills and confidence to flourish both now and in the future. We have high expectations of all our children and are continually striving to be the best we can be. We live out our vision in the everyday through our core school values of: Growth, Kindness, Integrity, Creativity and Joy. 

We organise our curriculum to promote learning, personal growth and development. Our curriculum embodies our vision by developing key life skills in our children; taking into account our individual school context. It includes not only the formal requirements of the National Curriculum, but also what the children learn from the way they are treated and expected to behave. We have adapted and broadened the National Curriculum to meet the particular needs of our pupils and families and are confident it is a curriculum designed to work for all in our community. 

Aims and Principles

Based on who our children are and what they come to us with, our school curriculum is designed to support the children to develop the following skills: 

Click here to find out more about how we have designed our curriculum to enable all pupils to develop these skills.

Specific subject areas and the role they play in realising our vision

Click any of the subjects below to be taken directly to them.

Curriculum overviews and 'Meet the Teachers' videos

We provide a short 'meet the teacher' session at the beginning of the new school year in September to help summarise what you can expect from the year ahead and so that you can see who will be teaching your child each day! 

These meetings have now taken place. For those unable to attend or who wish to refer back to what was said, the teachers have shared their presentations as well as a short introductory video below.

Year 3 Meet the Teachers 2023-24.pdf
Year 4 Meet the Teachers 2023-24.pdf
Year 5 Meet the Teachers 2023-24.pdf
Year 6 Meet the Teachers 2023-24.pdf

If you would like to find out more about our curriculum, please get in touch with the school office who will direct your query to the relevant member of staff. The more detail you include in your message, the more likely it will find its way to the best person to deal with it!