Our school is committed to developing confident and caring life-long learners in a nurturing and stimulating environment underpinned by our Christian faith.
Joshua 1:9 Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you.
To provide a rich and varied curriculum which has its roots based on our school values of thankfulness, respect, forgiveness, kindness, friendship, courage and perseverance underpinned by our Christian faith
To deliver an ambitious, aspirational curriculum which is well planned and that meets the needs of all our pupils
To provide an engaging curriculum which is planned sequentially, allowing children to build on previous learning and securing firm foundations for the future
To give our children the vital powerful knowledge and exciting experiences required to be informed and thoughtful members of our community who understand and believe in British values
To promote a sense of community for the children, parents, Church and the wider community
To prepare older pupils for life in our society by fostering in them attitudes and qualities which enable them to become confident, caring, responsible citizens
Teachers will have good subject knowledge and will be supported to maintain and improve this knowledge through training, curriculum innovation, observing best practice and undertaking relevant research
Subject leaders will provide colleagues with support for planning, resourcing and teaching
Lessons will incorporate examples, retrieval practice and, over time, revisit teaching and knowledge skills
Materials with lessons will be broken down into manageable ‘chunks’ to ensure access to learning
High quality texts will be used from Reception to Year 6 building on the foundations of excellent teaching of phonics through Letters and Sounds
The school curriculum will be planned to ensure that learning is sequential with the teacher ensuring that knowledge and skills are taught in a logical and progressive order to support a change to long term memory
The teaching of key vocabulary will be a primary feature in all subjects with everyday words, academic and literary words and subject specific words
The impact of our curriculum is evaluated through in year and end of year assessments and Government tests; through Governor meetings; visits and through our own monitoring of teaching, learning and pupil voice.
All children achieve well by developing knowledge and skills on their journey through school. This is demonstrated through outcomes at EYFS, Phonics (Year 1), Key Stages 1 and 2.
Through our Christian beliefs and values, we instil the importance of being ready, respectful and safe and are subject to SIAMs inspection
Children with SEND achieve the best possible outcomes relative to their starting point and are monitored through Governors and in school
Children leave Clent Parochial Primary school ready for a successful transition to secondary school.
In 2014, the Department for Education published guidance on promoting British values in schools to ensure young people leave school prepared for life in modern Britain.
The British Values are:
- The Rule of Law
- Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and those without faith
- Mutual respect
- Individual Liberty
Click on the link below to see how we deliver British Values at Clent Parochial Primary School.
We have included some recommendations from Books for Topics to support reading for pleasure. These lists are set out by year group.
Clent Parochial Primary School have a strong interest in all children reading for pleasure. Please click on the links above to view some recommended books.