OUR CURRICULUM

Our curriculum has 4 key drivers:

* Building Learning Power
* Creativity & Innovation
* Enterprise, Sustainability & The Real World
* Being Part of a Global Community

Further information can be found by following the photo links on the curriculum page.

 
The curriculum is categorised and led by the following curriculum teams:

  • STEM Subjects
  • Creative Arts
  • Languages & Humanities
  • Physical, Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development
  • Further information can be found by clicking on each category.

  • National Curriculum Guidance
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    For any other information relating to our curriculum, please contact Ian Thomas, Deputy Headteacher.

    Physical, Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Development

    ~ incorporating PE, Health and Wellbeing, Collective Worship, Religious Education, PSHE & Philosophy for Children

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    Physical Development, Health & Wellbeing

    Primary School Sports Funding

    For details of how we have used the sports funding received please see the following reports:

    Primary School Sports Funding Data Report 2013-14
    Primary School Sports Funding Data Report 2014-15
    Primary School Sports Funding Data Report 2015-16
    Primary School Sports Funding Data Report 2016-17

    Physical Development & Wellbeing-related News

     

    Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Development

    As a Church of England school with Voluntary Controlled status, Religious Education follows the Devon Agreed Syllabus and is non-denominational.

    We have daily acts of worship, which are Christian-based and led by staff, governors, clergy and other visitors from local churches. On special occasions we worship at St Michael’s And All Angels, our local parish church.

    Although parents have the right to withdraw their child from Collective Worship and Religious Education, it is hoped that our positive approach to these aspects of our school life will put you at ease about your child’s involvement. If necessary, please discuss this with either your child’s class teacher or the Headteacher. If you do decide to withdraw your child from these activities please confirm your decision in writing. We would be happy to discuss any aspects of Religious Education or any other subjects with you.

    SMSC-related News

     

    PSHE & Philosophy for Children

    PSHE-related News