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Our School Curriculum

 

 

Our School Curriculum

 

The fundamental aim of any school curriculum is to help children to learn.  In our school we teach much of our curriculum through themed topics, allowing children to deepen their learning by prioritising engagement, development of knowledge, innovation and expression. This is fully in line with the new curriculum that was brought in to schools in September 2014.  

 

Not all subjects fit comfortably within a topic and so these subjects are taught in a discrete way. Science has been taught in discreet lessons to enable coverage of year group objectives during this academic year. Religious Education does not usually fit with a topic and so it's taught separately as a topic of it's own or as individual lessons.  French is taught on a weekly basis throughout Key Stage 2.  

 

 

The national curriculum sets out the minimum content.  At Sutton Courtenay C of E, we make sure children learn lots of additional skills, knowledge and understanding.  For example:

  • We offer a range of after school clubs and opportunities
  • All children during their time in school will learn to play an instrument
  • If a class or group show an interest in a particular subject, teachers will try to include this in the school year
  • All children also get the chance to perform during the year

Creative Arts At Sutton Courtenay

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We consider a thematic curriculum that links learning with the creative arts to be vital to children's development.
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