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Curriculum

Our Curriculum Vision at Gretton Primary School

"To provide our pupils with a wide body of knowledge and skills and an exceptional character to live a remarkable life".

Our Curriculum Aims at Gretton Primary School

It is our aim that by the time the children leave Gretton Primary School to embark on the next stage of their education, they are equipped with the academic skills and knowledge, and have developed the personal attributes needed to enable them to become successful citizens of the future.

Our curriculum is planned and sequenced so that new knowledge and skills build on what has come before. Academic learning is underpinned by a strong emphasis on personal development, experiences and social skills so that children make and maintain healthy relationships with others. They learn responsibility and develop a sense of self so that they understand and value their place in the world and respect the same for others. 

The curriculum at Gretton Primary School has a main aim; to provide a wide range of learning opportunities and experiences. It is our desire that children and their families value their learning and make use of any opportunity wholeheartedly. Therefore, we aim to ensure the offer to learn is strong in every classroom.

Our Curriculum Key Drivers at Gretton

Our core ethos is 'Learning and Working Together' and this is underpinned by our AIM HIGH curriculum.  Through our careful planning and sequencing, we provide a platform and environment for children to be -

•Aware of the world and the community around them
Inspired - by the Wider curriculum
Mindful - by exploring their mental well-being and mental health
Happy – both in school and in themselves
Inclusive – able to understand and celebrate the differences that exist
Growing – support children to be resilient and lifelong learners through a Growth Mindset
•Hardworking children who always try their best and understand what success looks like.
 
Then, through careful assessment, we are able to identify areas that children need to develop and ensure that these gaps are addressed for them to confidently move on to the next stage of their learning journey.