Children will be able to talk confidently about their learning in all subjects and the work in their books, displays around the school, collective worship and evidence in lessons will show a love of learning and engagement across the curriculum.
Our learners will talk about their outdoor learning and be able to say how this fits with the wider curriculum. They will demonstrate a good knowledge of global issues and will speak positively about the multicultural world in which they live. Celebration of diversity and encouragement of respect will be evident in their work and daily interactions.
We intend that the impact is that children will be academically and physically prepared for the next phase of their education, in Britain and the world.
Working with purpose
The impact of our curriculum will be shown by resilient learners who are highly motivated to succeed and achieve and be equipped with all the personal skills to do this. This will be seen by how all children, regardless of their starting points, approach challenges every day. This could be on the playground, in a game or disagreement, or in class in a complex learning challenge.
They will take pride in all that they do, always striving to do their best. They will demonstrate emotional resilience and the ability to persevere when they encounter challenge. They will develop a sense of self-awareness and become confident in their own abilities. They will be kind, respectful and honest, demonstrate inclusive attitudes and have a sense of their role in our wider society.
Aiming for success
Our children’s attainment in core and foundation subjects is in line with or exceeding their age related expectations when we consider the varied starting points of children. They will have strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and will listen respectfully and with tolerance to the views of others.
Living our values
Our learners will have a clear understanding of our six core Christian values of thankfulness, compassion, community, truthfulness, courage and forgiveness. The children will demonstrate these characteristics that prepares them for living in the community demonstrating tolerance and equality. We measure this not just by the work our children produce, but in the behaviours we see each and every day in all learners on the playground and in the roles we give them such as 'Class Ambassador'. The impact of this is seen in the daily interaction of all members of our school community. Our children will go out into the world and make a difference in their own life and to others.