Curriculum
 

Here at St. Paul’s Primary School we endeavour to provide the very best learning experiences for our children and are able to encapsulate this in our core values.

See Curriculum Mapping

The school aims are:
For children to feel safe and secure, have high self-esteem, be confident in learning from their mistakes and equally valued, and enjoy school.

  1. For staff to plan a rich, relevant, broad and balanced curriculum based on children’s interests and needs.
  2. To ensure children are well taught and experience success, irrespective of their abilities. A high priority is placed on children’s abilities to read, write and be numerate.
  3. To ensure children are equipped with the skills to learn independently and also to work and play co-operatively.
  4. To provide a stimulating learning environment for children.
  5. To promote positive, supportive and co-operative relationships between and amongst staff, children, parents and the wider community.
     

Partnership with parents

We recognise parents as the first and most important educators of their children. All the staff see themselves as co-workers with you in providing care and education for your child.

There are many ways in which parents can take part in making St Paul’s a welcoming and stimulating place for children and parents, such as:

  • exchanging knowledge about their child’s needs, activities, interests and progress with the staff
  • volunteering help (CRBs needed)
  • sharing their own special interests with the children
  • helping to provide, make and look after the equipment and materials used in the children’s activities
  • taking part in events and informal discussions about the activities and curriculum provided by school
  • joining in community activities in which the school takes part
  • building friendships with other parents in the school e.g. at Coffee Mornings
  • joining our active Friends of St Paul’s

 

 

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