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Kneesall C of E

Primary School

Together We Achieve

Curriculum

Curriculum Intent

 

The journey through Kneesall C of E Primary School will give every member of our school community courage, faith and fellowship to: ‘Believe, Achieve and Flourish’.  

 

Believe 

Believe in yourself, your faith and others  

And Jesus said to him, “If you can! All things are possible for one who believes.” Mark 9:23 

Achieve 

Achieve your goals, your dreams and your future  

But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded. 2 Chronicles 15:7  

Flourish 

Flourish through your faith, the love and kindness of others, your values and your love of learning 

The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree: he shall grow like a cedar in Lebanon.Psalm 92:12  

 

These Christian values are the foundations upon which our school is built enabling us to celebrate life in all its fullness, love with all our hearts and support each other to be the best we can be – together we achieve. 

 

Our broad and balanced curriculum is designed to be sequential and progressive, enabling pupils to build knowledge and skills by making links with previous learning and their experiences in the world around them. By fostering a love of learning, our children are supported to develop as confident, resilient children who are equipped with knowledge and skills to grow, make wise choices and be prepared to make a positive contribution in our world.

 

Children are encouraged to ask questions, make links, celebrate successes and collaborate together effectively. The National Curriculum is delivered through a range of learning experiences, including enquiry, immersive learning experiences and developing depth through connections. School trips and visitors support bringing learning to life and ensure children are provided with vital first hand experiences to develop their cultural capital. We celebrate our Christian distinctiveness through strong links with St Bartholomew’s Church, through leading church services throughout the year.

 

We have a beautiful school site, with a section of woodland dedicated to spiritual reflection. In addition, we have a school stage, willow dome and a large field to enhance learning through landscapes. We have strong community connections which provide a wealth of valuable learning experiences for our children and recognise that these experiences are a rewarding and enriching part of a child’s learning journey.

 

Children and adults are enabled to flourish to become the people that God intends them to be and that, through the Church of England’s Vision for Education, they are empowered to live the life that He intended; life in all its fullness.

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