School Curriculum

 

The Curriculum in a Catholic School

 

'In your Catholic schools, there is always a bigger picture over and above the individual subjects you study, the different skills you learn. All the work you do is placed in the context of growing in friendship with God, and that all that flows from that friendship. So learn not just to be good students, but good citizens, good people. A good school provides a rounded education for the whole person and a good Catholic school, over and above this, should help all its students to become saints.' 

 

Pope Benedict XVI The Big Assembly, Twickenham, 2010

 

  

At St Patrick's we strive to:

 

1.  Provide all pupils with equal access to a rich, broad, balance and differentiated curriculum              matched well to their ages,     

     abilities interests, aptitudes and special needs.

2.  Increase pupils' knowledge, skills and understanding as they grow and develop and                        strengthen their connections with the  

     world around them.

3.  Ensure the curriculum will carefully planned and structured to ensure that learning is                      continuous and that pupils make good 

      progress in the development of their learning.

4.  Engage the children's interest by offering excellent opportunities to extend creative learning,          challenge their imagination, 

     value originality and to encourage and motivate them to want to learn.

5.  Be exciting and to offer pupils lots of first-hand experience to reinforce their learning and to          underpin their growing

     knowledge, skills and understanding of the world.

6.  Plan learning opportunities that celebrate the rich nature of our school community.

7.  Open their eyes to awe and wonder and cause them to marvel at the incredible and fantastic          world in which they live.   

  

Foundation Stage
Long Term Plans

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

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Reading