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The Spring Meadow Curriculum Statement


At Spring Meadow Primary School and ‘School House’ Nursery we ‘Aim High, Inspire, and Make a Difference’. Through our curriculum, we strive to help children to develop the skills, knowledge and learning attitudes that equip them to become the best that they can be. Whilst we may draw on the content of externally produced schemes and programmes, we take the time to reflect and adapt these resources to ensure that our curriculum is personalised to the needs of our pupils and our community.  Our values of Aspiration, Social Justice, Perseverance, Inclusion, Respect and Equity, underpin our curriculum and help children to develop their social and moral code, whilst building their sense of uniqueness and self-worth. We believe that all children deserve the opportunity to nurture their individual talents and to achieve their true potential. We aim to encourage the children to develop their understanding of their local and national heritage and their role in modern Britain today. We encourage them to embrace all that multicultural Britain has to offer them and strive to develop their understanding of their place in a global society and the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen of the 21st Century. 


We give high priority to teaching the fundamentals of reading, writing and maths, to ensure that all pupils acquire the basic skills for learning and life. We support children to apply these basic skills across all of the subjects in our curriculum. We teach the National Curriculum and the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, using a wide range of strategies as we recognise that children learn in different ways. Whilst we strive to include all children in whole class learning, we understand that, for some children, alternative approaches may be required. For these children, an alternative curriculum will support the development of self regulation and other skills and attitudes that will ultimately enable them to learn alongside their peers. 


It is important to us to supplement our curriculum with a broad range of exciting, relevant and creative experiences that enrich our children’s learning; such as trips, visitors, outdoor learning in our school grounds and links with our local community. Our pupils will also have many opportunities to enjoy a variety of creative and sporting extracurricular activities; such as football, rugby, reading, performing arts, gardening, crafts, cooking, computing, wellbeing, British Sign Language and film club. 


Everything starts with a good book!


The foundation of the Spring Meadow Curriculum is a selection of carefully chosen high quality texts.  We call these texts our 'Journey of Discovery' and they support learning across the curriculum.  All classes will study their allocated texts across the term which will be the starting points to inspire and ignite their learning journeys.