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Curriculum

At St. Anne’s , we believe that all children deserve to:

  • access a highly relevant and meaningful curriculum, which is differentiated and well matched to individual needs, enabling them to become successful, independent  learners.
  • be inspired and challenged to want to achieve their best in all areas of learning and take risks without out fear of failure
  • develop the skills of enquiry, creative thinking, reasoning, problem solving, information processing and evaluation across all aspects of the curriculum
  • develop a high regard for themselves and others, learning to control and manage their own feeling and behaviours as well as respond appropriately to the needs and feelings of others

Skills

Be Knowledgeable & Be Positive run throughout the year

Autumn 1

Be reflective

Autumn 2

Be collaborative

Spring 1

Be ambitious

Spring 2

Be curious

Summer 1

Be creative

Summer 2

Be adventurous

 

The skills are explained in more detail in the following document.

You can also view a termly overview of our curriculum content by following the Curriculum Letters link below. Should you wish to find out more information about our curriculum then please do not hesitate to speak to your child's teacher.
In Key Stage 1 the phonics scheme that we use is called Read, Write, Inc. If you need to know more about this scheme then speak to your child's teacher. 
As a Catholic School, we follow the Come and See scheme of work.

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education

At St Anne's the PSHE curriculum is tailored to meet the needs of our children. Weekly lessons are based on the PSHE Association Scheme of Work.  Please see the whole school overview for termly themes and enrichment opportunities.

Parents can request a paper copy of any curriculum and policy document from the school office. 
Further Information
For further curriculum information and support, please see the Kids Zone under the 'Children' tab
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