Our vision for an outstanding curriculum at Prince Bishops Primary School
Agreed 7th January 2019
When we design and review our curriculum, we look to answer; what do we teach and why? Our curriculum, therefore, needs to address our values, aims and purposes and we seek to meet the needs and interests of our children through a broad, balanced, relevant and engaging curriculum.
For children to leave Prince Bishops as happy, confident children who make a positive contribution to their local, national and international community and who are exceptionally well prepared for the next phase in their education.
VALUES AND PURPOSES
Education at Prince Bishops is a route to:
What we teach will reflect the following four priorities:
In order for our children to have equality of opportunity, standards of Literacy, Numeracy and Computing need to be in line with children nationally. Our children need to be able to communicate effectively and confidently with people from a range of backgrounds and work effectively with others.
Our children need a range of life experiences. They need to be able to solve problems, be resilient and able to adapt. They need to be aware of their strengths, be confident and have high self-esteem whilst also demonstrating empathy and kindness towards others. Children need to be physically fit and have a healthy lifestyle. Children need enthusiastic attitudes towards learning, a thirst for knowledge and creativity.
Our children need to develop tolerance and have empathy for others. They need to value differences and demonstrate kindness. They need to be able to form healthy relationships and work effectively and productively in a team.
Underpinning basic skills, our children need to acquire knowledge of literature, mathematics, science and technology. Children also need to have knowledge and understanding of the world. This includes local, national and international knowledge of geography, history, art, culture and current affairs. Our children need to know about career options and know what they need to do to be successful in their ambitions.
When planning and assessing, teachers will ensure that: