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Curriculum

It is important to us that your child loves learning! In a rapidly changing world, we want to equip children with the skills to easily adapt to changing circumstances.

We:

  • expect all our children to make as much progress as possible;
  • provide an environment where children can feel secure, be imaginative, are able to take risks and make mistakes, without damaging their self-esteem;
  • encourage responsibility – enabling every child to become independent and ambitious;
  • promote curiosity – fostering lively and enquiring minds to develop the ability to question and reason.

 

Phonics:

Our phonics scheme we follow is ‘Letters and Sounds’. Please visit www.letters-and-sounds.com to find out more.

 

Reading Scheme:

Children at All Faiths have the opportunity to read a range of books. Our aim is that all pupils develop a love of reading and that they read for pleasure. To support our KS1 pupils, we follow the Oxford Reading Tree Scheme and the Pearson Bug Club Scheme.

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E-Safety in the curriculum E-safety is an integral part of children’s education in today’s digital world and is embedded in their learning at school. We also want to help our parents and children improve their own understanding of…

It is important to us that your child loves learning! In a rapidly changing world, we want to equip children with the skills to easily adapt to changing circumstances. We: expect all our children to make…

CURRICULUM PRINCIPLES To ensure that our pupils can maximise their academic achievement and to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, cultural, social, physical, emotional and mental development, our curriculum will:- be relevant, meaningful, engaging and enjoyable, providing pupils…

Thinking Skills at All Faiths At All Faiths we aim to give pupils the tools to take control of their own learning. A major part of this is our focus on the development of thinking skills.…

Staff regularly volunteer to run after-school and lunch-time clubs. Governors ensure that at least one club promotes physical fitness – e.g: football. Others may include: Art Computers Dance Drama Music Cookery Mathematics Story Thinking Skills Gardening…