Here at Earls Barton Junior School, we ensure that the statutory requirements of the new National Curriculum are met. The National Curriculum subjects are taught discretely but links are made between subject areas where this is deemed appropriate and beneficial to children’s learning. Maths and English are taught daily and children are given regular opportunities to apply their skills in reading, writing and maths across a range of subject areas. To bring learning to life, school visits, visitors and celebration events are a mainstay of the curriculum and wherever possible children learn through first-hand experience. At Earls Barton Junior School, it is our aim to ensure that the curriculum we teach builds on the individual talents and expertise of our children so that all have the opportunity to shine. Our children learn how to respect each other and to respect diversity, preparing them for life in a multi-cultural society.
To ensure that our curriculum meets the specific needs of our children and school community, stakeholders, including staff, governors, children and parents agreed that the following aspects should be the key drivers that permeate our curriculum:
Through our curriculum we aim to:
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