Curriculum Intent 2019-20
We have created a curriculum that is designed to develop an in-depth knowledge of the subjects taught in our school. Our exciting curriculum will encourage children to become
active learners and will provide them with the opportunities to apply core subject learning, whilst acquiring an in-depth knowledge and skill set in every subject area.
There are opportunities built into our curriculum that enable the children to develop their understanding and opinions on current affairs and the society we live in. This allows them to become advocates for change in the future. We have carefully mapped out the curriculum so that it is historically chronological and all subjects are progressive.
There is a strong emphasis on presentation, creativity and detail, that allows the children to take pride in their work, and develop their confidence in their academic abilities
Our curriculum is reviewed annually, to ensure it is relevant to the current climate of the society our children are living in: we want them to make links with what they are learning and the world around them in order to develop their cultural capital.
In every class at Lower Peover CofE (Aided) Primary School, children will be passionate about what they are learning in their curriculum; they will be able to demonstrate their in-depth knowledge and the skills they have acquired; and they will be able to articulate how their understanding links to the society they live in.
As a church school, we have a strong focus on Religious Education at the heart of our curriculum and taught explicitly each week to an excellent standard, using high quality resources. We utilise our neighbouring church and the links we have established with them to aid the children’s experience.
The children have a strong sense of community and live out our school vision and British values each day: ‘Whatever you do, do with all your heart, as working for the Lord.
With the Lord by our side, we strive for excellence in everything we do; aiming to achieve highly within our spiritual community. Working together under God’s guidance, we endeavour to become the best that we can be in our school, where the Christian faith is taught, experienced and lived.’