Our aim at St Peter's is to provide a rich, stimulating learning experience for all of our children.
Our curriculum intent is based around our school’s vision words: Invite, Include, Imagine, Inspire.
Invite Our curriculum invites children to be enthusiastic learners by fostering curiosity, resilience and a lifelong love of learning.
Imagine Our curriculum is ambitious and stimulates children's imagination, creativity and inquisitiveness about the world and its endless possibilities.
Inspire Our curriculum inspires children to be life-long learners and educated citizens in a global world.
Our RE curriculum is set by the LDBS (London Diocesan Board for Schools).
Our Curriculum is implemented with our Curriculum Intent at the heart of all we do at St Peter's Primary School.
Curriculum maps are produced for each year group ensuring clarity of coverage with a strong emphasis on progression of knowledge and skills. Each learning 'theme' has been carefully thought out in order to give children opportunities to enquire about different aspects of our world and to ensure the children make connections across a variety of subjects. Carefully selected enrichment opportunities are key to providing all pupils rich experiences to enhance their learning. It's design is broad and balanced and progressively builds on skills, knowledge and conceptual understanding year on year.
Our curriculum is fully inclusive and enables all children, including those with disabilities and SEN, to access the learning and achieve.
Planning and Delivery
When planning each term, a journey is mapped out to ensure full coverage of the curriculum and skills. Children will be provided with a knowledge organiser for specific subjects to enable them to access the key vocabulary, important dates and any other key information they might need and these are available on our website to ensure parents know what we are teaching. Most subjects are taught discretely. Whilst cross-curricular links are made where appropriate, the school has chosen to teach subjects separately so that children gain an understanding from an early age of what constitutes each subject and so that knowledge and skills can be revisited and built upon.