Our Curriculum strives to ensure each and every child can 'live life in all its fullness' by offering stimulating and inspiring learning experiences with Christian values at its heart.
At St Cuthbert’s, our curriculum not only focusses on appropriate subject specific knowledge, skills and understanding as set out in the National Curriculum, but develops individual and collaborative learning experiences, positive ‘Learning Values’, a sense of responsibility and challenges that take them beyond the classroom.
We will provide a broad, relevant and enriched curriculum so that they are prepared for the next phase of their education enabling them to flourish to become positive, confident and active citizens within our community.
Our children will have a confident set of skills, knowledge and understanding of our Christian values which can be used to get ahead in education and life more generally.
- Children will achieve well by developing knowledge and skills as they progress through the school.
- The children will leave the school in Year 6 ready to move onto secondary school successfully.
- They will be academically, physically and spiritually developed with an established love of learning.
- Our children will be guided by a strong moral compass, showing an understanding of the importance of being safe, ready and respectful.
The impact of the curriculum is evaluated through:
- end of Phase, end of Year assessments;
- Government tests;
- Governor visits and meetings;
- Monitoring of teaching and learning;
- Pupil voice.