We encourage all learners to be the best they can be based on Matthew 5.16 , ‘Let your light shine.’
At Egglescliffe CE Primary School, we have designed an aspirational curriculum with pupils’ learning at the centre. We recognise that a curriculum has to be broad, balanced, inspiring and challenging in order to offer pupils opportunities to grow as unique individuals as well as learners. We endeavour to enrich our curriculum with experiential learning and deepening understanding opportunities which we believe is fundamentally important. As an inclusive Christian family learning and growing together, our school values the input of its pupils, parents and the local community with regards to the planning and delivery of the curriculum. We believe that investing in our pupils holistically creates opportunities for them to shine as individuals - ‘Let your light shine’.
We aim to ensure pupils enjoy learning and feel prepared for life after school. We also intend to offer our pupils new and exciting experiences through extra-curricular activities that are designed to build resilience, confidence and self-esteem. Our curriculum will be delivered in accordance with the Equality Act 2010, through a variety of methods, including those outlined below.
Classroom-based learning: Accessing different learning resources and equipment to broaden pupils’ knowledge, and making cross-curricular links where possible within lessons, so that pupils can draw upon knowledge from different subjects and understand how each topic plays a part in everyday life. Classroom teaching also includes one-to-one and small group tuition for pupils who require additional support. Topics are enriched with further opportunities to deepen understanding and give wider world experience.
Mrs E. Robertson
Mrs H. McCarthy
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