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St Winnow CE School's curriculum

Information about the school’s curriculum:

 

·         (a) The school adopts a ‘Creative’ approach to the delivery of the ‘National Curriculum’ throughout the school from the Foundation Stage to Upper Key Stage 2, which enhances cross-curricular links, providing practical, real-life experiences, while ensuring that contexts and challenges generate curiosity interest and interaction.
·         Processes and procedures enable all adults to utilise, effectively, a child-centred approach to learning founded on the fundamental principles of skills-based learning. This approach starts with what an individual knows and understands enabling the practitioner to build clear and challenging steps by observing, analysing and planning effective well-structured lessons that cater for individual learners’ interests, needs and learning styles.
·         The school uses a flexible creative planning system that is based upon the development of skills, knowledge and understanding, which enables adults to provide well differentiated, challenging and meaningful contexts for learning. Thus enabling all learners to successfully make progress gaining new skills and knowledge that they understand, can internalise and apply appropriately to new and challenging situations.
·         The provision of interactive and challenging learning environments both in and out of doors engages and stimulates learners’ desire to learn. Resources and equipment are well organised and clearly labelled to ensure that all learners are given ownership, maximising their opportunities for choice and decision-making.
·         The school adopts a ‘Creative’ approach to the delivery of the curriculum throughout the school from the Foundation Stage to Upper Key Stage 2, which enhances cross-curricular links, providing practical, real-life experiences, while ensuring that contexts and challenges generate curiosity interest and interaction.
·         Processes and procedures enable all adults to utilise, effectively, a child-centred approach to learning founded on the fundamental principles of skills-based learning. This approach starts with what an individual knows and understands enabling the practitioner to build clear and challenging steps by observing, analysing and planning effective well-structured lessons that cater for individual learners’ interests, needs and learning styles.
·         The school uses a flexible creative planning system that is based upon the development of skills, knowledge and understanding, which enables adults to provide well differentiated, challenging and meaningful contexts for learning. Thus enabling all learners to successfully make progress gaining new skills and knowledge that they understand, can internalise and apply appropriately to new and challenging situations.
·         The provision of interactive and challenging learning environments both in and out of doors engages and stimulates learners’ desire to learn. Resources and equipment are well organised and clearly labelled to ensure that all learners are given ownership, maximising their opportunities for choice and decision-making.
 
(b) Key stage 1 – phonics or reading schemes in operation = Read, Write INC
(c) Key stage 4 – not applicable
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