At St Peter's we promote learning and personal growth and development, always placing Christ at the centre of all we do. We follow the National Curriculum requirements but also plan learning so that it is engaging, provokes curiosity and involves all children. We use our St Peter's Learning Keys to teach our children how to grow into positive, responsible people, who can work and co-operate with others while developing knowledge.
We aim to foster a lifelong love of learning, through adopting a highly practical and cross-curricular approach to learning. Our curriculum aims to deliver a twenty-first century education that will equip our children with the skills required to be an independent and responsible citizen, with skills that can be used for jobs that are yet to be created.
We value the way in which all children are unique, and our curriculum promotes respect for the views of each individual child, as well as for people of all cultures. We ensure respect for all in our school and use the Gospel Values, (such as truth, forgiveness and sacrifice) to instil qualities we want all St Peter's children to have deeply rooted within them. We value and foster the spiritual and moral development of each person and our vision is for all to achieve their true potential, academically and personally.
If you have any questions about our curriculum, please do not hesitate in contacting us via the school office.
The document below is the Primary National Curriculum which sets out the framework for the national curriculum at key stages 1 and 2. It includes information about the statutory national curriculum, inclusion and the expectations within each year group.