Our school curriculum is designed to enable all children to develop a love of learning and the necessary skills to explore and investigate the world around them.
Individual subjects are taught within a wider topic which provides a focus or context for the children's learning.
Each topic covers objectives from the National Curriculum, which are statutory, but develop and enhance these objectives by creating investigations, giving hands-on experiences for the children to learn from and allowing the children to question and explore the world they live in.
There is a focus on giving children knowledge about certain subjects or events, whilst imparting and developing the skills required to become active global citizens in the 21st Century. St. Peter's seeks to prepare children to achieve their full potential during their time at our school, to give them a confident grounding in the knowledge and skills required for their future education and finally for their role in the world as adults.
To look at our school curriculum and the 2014 National Curriculum Programmes of Study, please click on a link below.
Whole School Curriculum Map
Primary National Curriculum 2014
Detailed information about the topics for this half term can be found on the 'Year Groups' pages in the 'Pupils' section.
Our Science Vision:
At St Peter’s Primary School we provide a safe & stimulating environment whereby children encounter creative learning experiences within science.
Principles of Science Teaching:
To stimulate children’s curiosity & sense of wonder about our World & beyond.
To engage pupils as learners at many levels & link ideas & knowledge with practical experiences.
To help children to develop an understanding of the World around them & appreciate how science can impact on their everyday lives.
To encourage children to develop their independent scientific enquiry.
To provide opportunities for children to communicate their ideas, in a variety of ways, using evidence they have acquired.
To give opportunities to engage with science experts and to make cross curricular links with other subjects.