We are committed to provide an inspiring curriculum, nurturing the curiosity, excitement and development of the whole child and through which every child can achieve.
The curriculum is organised into units of work that build upon prior learning and fulfil the National Curriculum framework document (found HERE). Our curriculum is constructed so that we capture the children’s interest and enthusiasm for learning, and units have been planned and are delivered in a transdisciplinary approach where learning is engaging, relevant and meaningful. We believe it prepares our children to be responsible and contributive members of society as well as representing the world we live in and providing the experiences, skills and knowledge our children need to function as young people and adults in the 21st Century.
Across the curriculum knowledge and skills in each subject area are taught, fedback and reviewed by pupils and assessed by adults to ensure that learning is connected, contextual and revisited thus ensuring knowledge is retained in long term memory and skills used to connect and investigate learning.
At Eltham Church of England Primary School, we have developed our curriculum to have high expectations of all learners. Furthermore, we have a fully inclusive approach which is most evident in our end of key stage results and our commitment in being recognised as a Dyslexia Friendly School in July 2016 and renewed in 2019 and the Basic Skills Mark in 2014 and 2018.
Please follow the links on the side menu to understand how we plan, organise and teach the different curriculum areas in school.