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The Curriculum

Curriculum Aims

At Cloverlea we are committed to providing children with a rich and varied educational experience which challenges and engages them and inspires a life long love of learning. We ensure that all children have access to a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum which is well matched to their individual needs and ensures that they achieve the very best that they can. We provide opportunities for children to take responsibility for their own learning and to develop the key learning skills necessary to become independent learners and thinkers.

 

As a school, we aim to develop children as individuals, enabling them to grow and flourish personally, academically, socially and emotionally. We provide a secure, caring, well-resourced and stimulating learning environment for all children. We actively develop the personal and social aspects of learning and equip our children with the key life skills necessary to prepare them as future citizens of an ever-changing world.

 

We consider our curriculum to be exciting, engaging and challenging. Teachers at the school work hard in order to produce lessons that capture the children's interest, challenge their knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live and provide opportunities for them to acquire, apply and develop their skills. We believe that our curriculum enriches each and everyone of our pupils' learning journeys.

 

 

Core Subjects

Foundation Subjects

Early Years

Every child deserves the best possible start in life and support to fulfil their potential. A child's experience in the Early Years has a major impact on their future life. A secure, safe and happy childhood is important and provides the foundation for children to make the most of their abilities as they grow up. At Cloverlea, structured play underpins the delivery of the EYFS curriculum.

 

The curriculum covers seven areas of learning. These are:

 

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Communication and  Language

  • Mathematics

  • Understanding the World

  • Physical Development

  • Expressive Arts and Design

  • Literacy

Curriculum Plans

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