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How does the curricu­lum reflect the school’s theologically rooted Chris­tian vision?


We have considered how our curriculum is designed to allow opportunities for pupils to learn about our vision and develop skills in line with The Good Samaritan.  This happens in all subjects and examples include where pupils learn about supporting others through PSHE, how the idea of settlement and community has developed over time through our history curriculum or learning about how to work together in a range of situations through PE.


We have also carried out extensive work to develop pupil understanding of equality and inclusion; working to ensure that each child feels safe and valued whilst being able to be unique and individual.  We work across the school to recognise the different cultures, faiths and backgrounds that make up our school and wider community.  Again this is woven through the curriculum.  Examples include the English curriculum, which includes texts that have been specifically chosen to ensure a diverse level of representation and history where specific events and individuals have been chosen to ensure that they are represented within the curriculum.  Across the curriculum we have worked to ensure that pictures shown of people or communities are diverse and those individuals studied allow our pupils to see themselves represented.  All of these things help pupils to see themselves as unique individuals. 


Our Forest School provision allows for pupils across the school to spend time outside.  As part of sessions, pupils will spend time being quiet and learning how to use the different elements of the environment.  They will work together in teams to complete tasks and will learn to disagree well on different situations.

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