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All Saints' Church of England Primary School

All Saints' C of E Primary School

Curriculum

At All Saint’s Primary School we place the curriculum at the heart of all our learning. Our enquiry led learning is based around a half termly or termly central topic with subsequent questions that feed into weekly lessons.

There are topic themes which include science, history and geography and cross curricular links are encouraged where ever possible. Although we link subjects together, we also ensure that all children reach the high standards and make excellent progress in individual subjects.

This is achieved by teachers planning fun, creative and challenging lessons, activities and learning experiences. Teachers carefully use the national curriculum expectations in each subject and develop children’s skills and knowledge as a result. By using specific cross-curricular maps teachers shape the spirit of children’s learning journey by capturing those that are relevant to the children, family and community we serve.

This includes many topics around London and the local area of Wimbledon.  Each curriculum map ensures it builds on the last, providing a well-sequenced and progressive curriculum including: geography, history, Spanish, art, DT, music, PSHCE, PE, computing and RE. We embed the British, Christian and Right’s Respecting Schools values throughout all our teaching and learning to ensure we are providing a rich and diverse curriculum where we are all growing and learning together in God’s love and celebrating our achievements.

Download the Curriculum Below

You can download the Curriculum Map overview or by year group.

 If you select your child’s year group you can find out more about the topics they are following this term which will also be sent out by Parentmail in the class Newsletter at the beginning of the term and after half term. You can also talk to your child's class teacher if you have further curriculum questions.

If you are a prospective parent wanting to find out more then you can contact the school and they will happily answer your questions.