Staindrop CE Primary School and Pre-School
Learning, Laughter & Friendship
Head Teacher: Mr S Whelerton
Acting Deputy Head: Mrs C Harland
Telephone: 01833 660 334
The four pillars of our whole school curriculum are:
Reading is at the core of everything we do as a school. From making a strong start in Phonics in the Early Years to developing reading for pleasure in KS2, we aim to ensure that every child leaves us as a confident, engaged and fluent reader. Please follow this link to our Reading/Phonics Curriculum page.
Our knowledge rich and progressive curriculum is coherently planned to ensure that children’s knowledge and skills build each year in both the core and foundation subjects. Our creative approach to planning topics means children are excited by what they are learning about, whilst our curriculum concepts help children to deepen their understanding and make links between their learning. Metacognitive approaches ensure that learning sticks.
Character development opportunities and enrichment activities give all children chance to achieve and experience success. Our Staindrop Bucket List and involvement in projects such as the ABYYT Young Leader Award ensure that children leave us with a wealth of experiences and high aspirations.
Through our distinctly Christian identity, Collective Worship, PSHE and RSE curriculums, children have opportunities for prayer, reflection and gain a deep understanding of British Values. Through the School Council and Worship Committees, our children recognise the value of charity work, and are exposed to wider global issues and how they can make a difference. We support the mental health and well being of our school community and ensure all are valued.
Please see our curriculum in a nut shell document below, which outlines the priorities of our curriculum and how we implement these aims…
Please follow the link below to see more details about the following:
Please follow this link to find out how we promote British Values.
Our subject learning journeys for each year group and subject are, develop our children’s understanding of where each lesson fits into their wider curriculum journey. View our Curriculum Subject Plans.
Subject knowledge organisers are shared with the children to support their learning in each unit of work.
Staindrop CE Primary School and Pre-School, we believe that inclusive education means providing all pupils with appropriate education and support alongside their peers. The Curriculum is all the planned activities that the school organises in order to promote learning, personal growth and development. Further information can be found in the SEN Information Report
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements in detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.
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