Curriculum Intent Statement 2019
Co-operation, Communication, Determination, Visualisation (Future Dreaming)
Trust, Wisdom, Forgiveness, Service
At Bulford St. Leonard’s CE Primary School, we provide a knowledge rich, engaging and empowering curriculum, which includes all pupils in authentic learning experiences. We believe that learning should be exciting and meaningful to pupils who need to become reflective, lifelong learners, supporting them to thrive in the modern world and able to respond to the key issues for their generation.
Our curriculum engages pupils with a broad balance of knowledge and skills. Through a research-based approach to its delivery, we make links between subjects and the application of knowledge, First-hand experience helps secure a thirst for learning.
In recognition of the specific context of our school, an essential part of our curriculum intent is to help all our pupils to recognise and embrace change, to develop resilience, interpersonal skills and to become critical thinkers.
As a faith school, our curriculum is underpinned by the explicit teaching of values. This Christian distinctiveness adds to our focus on an enquiry based, questioning approach to learning. Children will understand that they can make a significant difference to each other, have an impact for groups of people, communities and the world as a whole.
Our school teaches against the 2014 National Curriculum, whilst keeping our Christian values at the heart of all we do.
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We deliver the Letters and Sounds programme for teaching phonics