The curriculum at Wardley CE Primary School is the planned experiences and interactions our children encounter every day. It is designed to be enriching and stimulating, whilst meeting and exceeding the expectations set out in the national curriculum. Our curriculum is the yardstick that sets out what we want our pupils to know and be able to do by the time they leave our school.
Our curriculum is driven by our school’s ambitious vision that we, as a Church of England school, value and recognise the uniqueness of each individual child and acknowledge their fundamental right to be educated to their full potential in a safe, secure and caring environment. This ethos is built on our Christian foundations and drives our belief that we can do all things within the deep and rich curriculum that we provide.
We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us. Phillippians 4:13
The implementation of our curriculum is driven by our teaching and learning policy. We utilise the skills of our teachers and support staff to inspire all of our pupils to achieve their full potential.
We aim to develop curious and confident learners and ensure all pupils have opportunities to achieve high standards. Our curriculum is designed to develop a capacity to accommodate new knowledge building on prior knowledge and experiences, resulting in curious minds.
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At Wardley CE Primary School we believe that all children are entitled to equality of opportunity within all subjects irrespective of race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, physical or mental condition or background.
We are committed to providing a curriculum that is appropriate to, and meets the needs of, every child, enabling each to reach their full potential. Teachers provide learning opportunities that are matched to the needs of our children, including children with special educational needs and disability as well as those that are identified as being more able and talented.