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Curriculum

At Salford Priors C of E Primary School we aim to give every child access to a broad and balanced curriculum appropriate to their needs. Our curriculum includes a range of learning experiences which encourage the all-round development of each of our pupils. Our teaching and learning takes into account the personal, spiritual, social, physical, creative and intellectual development of each individual.

 

We have  developed a whole school  curriculum that:

   

  • Reflects the individual needs of all pupils by sympathetically encouraging them to develop to their full potential in all areas of the curriculum.
  • Follows the National Curriculum with its many cross-curricular links, demonstrating the interrelation of knowledge, skills and understanding in each subject.
  • Helps our pupils to develop a lively interest in and appreciation of the Arts.
  • Encourages clear logical thinking and to enable pupils to make informed, sensible choices. 
  • Develops initiative and the ability to learn independently by providing children with a variety of opportunities and experiences related to problem solving, discovery, investigation and communication

 

We believe that each child's education is a unique experience.

Therefore when teachers plan their lessons they ensure that they:

 

 

  • set suitable learning challenges

  • respond to pupil’s diverse learning needs

  • overcome potential barriers to learning and assessment for individuals and groups of pupils.

 

Teaching during the morning sessions focuses on English and Maths skills. All other subjects are taught within a cross-curricular theme, although some subjects are taught separately if this is judged to be more appropriate. The afternoon sessions are taught in mixed ability classes with class teachers using a variety of organisational strategies, teaching techniques and groupings. We enhance our delivery through a range of exciting opportunities, including theme days and weeks, educational visits, and visiting speakers, artists and authors.

 

If you would like to find out more information the curriculum please click on this link; https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/national-curriculum

   

Whole School Curriculum Plan

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