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Curriculum Overview


“Pupils speak clearly and confidently in group and whole-class discussions to ex-press their views. Their writing is imagina-tive and well presented, capturing and maintaining the reader’s interest. In mathematics, pupils have well-developed calculation skills and are able to use these confidently to solve practical number problems.” Ofsted November 2012

A new curriculum has been implemented from September 2014. The new curricu-lum is based on the Inspire Scheme. The core subjects of the National Curriculum, Mathematics, English, Science and ICT & Computing are taught through-out the themes as are the founda-tion subjects, name-ly: History, Geography,Design Technol-ogy, Music, Art and Physical Education. 

Parents may withdraw children from all, or part of, the religious education pro-gramme, or collective worship. 

However, we ask parents to support the Catholic ethos of the school and as they have made a positive decision to opt for a Roman Catholic school, the Governors do not expect to receive any requests. 

Sex Education 

Sex Education will be part of the RE/Science programme for Year 6 at the level appropriate to the age, maturity and needs of the children in that group. The school will ensure that the children are encouraged to have due regard to moral considerations and to the value of Christian family life.