Curriculum

The school aims to develop areas of thought enabling children to develop a stable, moral, co-operative and confident personality, expecting caring attitudes and courtesy from all of the pupils.

Each class has a tailored programme designed to suit each pupil’s needs. Work is differentiated to enable each child to work at their own level. Classes include whole class, small group and individual work with the class teacher, or support staff. Careful records are maintained of children’s progress and challenges. The staff are always happy to discuss these with you.

A Guide to the National Curriculum for parents can be found below.

Extra Curricular Activities

Each term various extra-curricular activities are arranged for children after school or during the lunch break. Further information or a list of up-to-date activities can be obtained from the school office.

The school alsp regularly takes part in activities organised within the local area.

Here is a list of the current School Clubs for the Spring Term 2016-2017

 
The National Curriculum

The National Curriculum

Extra-Curricular Activities

Extra-Curricular Activities