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All Saints' CofE First School

Curriculum Design

Our ‘school curriculum’ is the child’s whole experience at All Saints’ First School. Our curriculum ensures that every child is given the opportunity to flourish and develop confidence and independence, to enable them to be the best they can be and achieve their god given potential.

At All Saints’, we value the uniqueness of each individual child, recognising and nurturing their potential for learning. Our aim, through our tailor-made curriculum, is to ensure every child is inspired to be the best they can be, to instil Christian values that will be carried with them through life’s journey and to inspire them to make a positive contribution to the community.

We believe that our curriculum provides the right balance between understanding and using knowledge as well as developing and applying skills, leading to better understanding and progression for the pupils.

Our School Curriculum

Our curriculum is comprised of three equally important elements:

All three elements are important to meet out curriculum intent. Our curriculum therefore places equal importance on each element. Our school values of:

Respect     Kindness     Confidence     Independence     Responsibility     Creativity     Love of Learning     Perseverance

are entwined through the whole curriculum, and not just the personal and spiritual element.




 Together the three parts of our curriculum, within the context of our school vision and values, aim to inspire all children to be the best they can be in order to flourish as children of God. It nurtures all those who learn and work in our school, and instils Christian values that will be carried with the children through life’s journey and will inspire them to make a positive contribution to the community.

Curriculum Design

As part of the curriculum design, we have addressed the following:

♦  Developing sequential learning, where pupils know more and can do more, building on what they have been previously taught

♦  Local context and enriching the lives of pupils

♦  Strong focus on subject-specific skills

♦  Considering depth, breadth and curriculum content

♦  Seeing the curriculum as a progressive model, by reviewing and evaluating curriculum design regularly, and taking opportunities to incorporate current events or local issues

♦  Having a clear purpose for assessment

♦  Listening to pupil’s voice so that this feeds into the curriculum

♦  Clear curriculum leadership and ownership for all

Our-Curriculum-Gallery (ID 1080)


  • Mathematics
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  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Science
  • R.E.
  • Computing
  • Music
  • Design and Technology
  • Art
  • P.E.
  • PSHE
  • French
  • Geography
  • History