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School Curriculum Intent
At Warley Primary School, we intend to provide children with wide and varied opportunities to access an exciting and engaging curriculum, which will create a thirst for knowledge and will help them to begin to make decisions about particular areas of curiosity. We hope that this will ignite a love for learning and will start to develop particular expertise or passion, which they may then want to develop at a deeper level as they continue through their education.
Our curriculum has been designed to meet the needs and interests of our children, whilst also providing opportunities which they do not have access to in order to make them culturally aware and expand their general knowledge.
It is important to prepare them for life in modern Britain and so through the introduction of new schemes of work in our curriculum, such as ESR, children are learning about hot topics, which will be relevant for their future. We aim for our children to be creative thinkers as we are preparing them for a world that we cannot fully envisage.
Our ultimate aim at Warley Primary School is to provide opportunities for children to be excited about coming to school to enable them to be enthused and happy learners, as this way, learning comes naturally.
Click on a subject below to explore how we teach it at Warley:
Throughout the year we hold a number of curriculum themed days to immerse the children in a particular subject area. We hope to promote a love for learning within that curriculum themed area and to give children the opportunity to explore which areas they may be developing a particular love for. Recent and future Curriculum Days are listed below:
World Maths Day - 15th October 2020
Geography Day - 19th November 2020
Art/DT Day - 21st January 2021
English /World Book Day - 4th March 2021
Science - 12th March 2021
Computing Day - 14th May 2021
If you require more detailed information about the curriculum that your child is following, please speak to their class teacher. We hold termly open door afternoons where you can see first-hand what the children have been learning and look at the work that they have produced.