Curriculum and Values

Our Curriculum and Modern British Values

We follow the curriculum as set out by the ‘National Curriculum 2014’.

We believe every child is entitled to enjoy their childhood and celebrate their achievements.

Finding the Best In Everyone is central to our school beliefs.

We teach the importance of moral and Christian values in particular, 'Peace, Kindness, Self-Control, Patience, Faithfulness and Love' and provide the foundation for tolerance and self-worth. We work with parents and the community to enable the children to reach their full potential in an ever changing world.

We also have 5 key life and learning skills that are used across all aspects of our curriculum. These 5 skills will ensure that are children develop an excellent approach to lifelong learning. They are; aim high, persevere, be creative, be independent and be good at team work. 

Our curriculum explores the key British values for example in the following ways;

Democracy – School council, Road Safety Officers, Cyber Warriors, Assemblies and through topics such as the Greeks.

Individual Liberty – School Council, behaviour policy and strategies and through topics such as World War 2.

Mutual Respect and Tolerance – Behaviour policy and strategies, School Council, Christian Values, Life and Learning skills, RE (where all faiths are taught as we follow the Suffolk RE syllabus)  and PSHEE.