At Sedbergh Primary School we have developed and implemented our own Creative Curriculum in order to deliver a broad and balanced learning experience for all children in school. Our curriculum also fulfils the requirements of the National Curriculum in spirit and detail, and the requirements of the locally agreed syllabus for Religious Education (SACRE).
Each year, teachers update a Curriculum Map for each class in school. These grids provide an overview of the projects, knowledge and skills each child will be taught during that year. The grids also evidence how children progress through our curriculum, each week, each project, each term and each year. Use the ‘classes’ tab on the menu above to learn more about what is taught and how the curriculum is delivered in each class.
Our Values, Vision and Focus
We have linked one or more of our 8 Values to each of the subjects we learn about in school. This helps us to understand how our learning links to our Vision for the children who attend our school. When learning in RE, we develop our ability to Respect other people in the world. When learning in science and PE, we develop our understanding of how our choices, in terms of exercise and diet, affect our Health.
When learning in class, we understand what is important, and this helps us to think carefully and Focus on our learning. Click on the Values button to find out more about our Values, Vision and Focus.
- An engaging, relevant and fun curriculum to ensure children are prepared for education, work and life.
- Children are taught in a stimulating learning environment
- Focus on the whole child -social, emotional, physical and academic.
- Opportunities to explore new activities, experiences and skills.
- Coverage ensures progression of skills, which build upon each other.
- We value what children do out of school.
- Children are fully aware of their successes and know what they need to do next and are fully supported to do this.
- Having consistent and fair approaches.
- All staff have a good knowledge of the pedagogy and progression of skills.
- Staff have high expectations to maximise individual potential.
- All staff keep up to date with current thinking.
- It is safe (physically and emotionally).
- Displays celebrate children’s achievements and supports learning.
- School Council and Pupil Voice
- Child have different responsibilities within school.
The subjects and areas in which children will learn core skills and develop are as follows:
- Religious Education
- Physical Education and Dance
- Design Technology
- Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education
- Relationship, Health and Sex Education
- Modern Foreign Languages (French) in Key Stage 2
Year 4 and 5 also receive swimming lessons as part of the Physical Education.