KCSP Curriculum Intent Statements
"I have come so that they may have life and live it to the full"
John 10:Chapter 10 V 10
Inspired by the Gospel values of love, joy and compassion, we nurture and develop the whole child so that each unique individual grows in confidence and has the knowledge and skills to enable them to achieve their true potential.
All children will have access to a rich, ambitious curriculum which fosters curiosity, creativity and a love of life-long learning. It will prepare them well for the next stage of education, employment or training and enable them, as educated citizens, to contribute to creating a better world.
More Park Curriculum Intent Statement
At More Park the curriculum is designed to foster a love of learning, a love of God and love for each other. It provides pupils with a breadth of knowledge, promotes curiosity and gives them the skills and attitudes necessary to be successful in the next stage of their school life.
Every child is recognised as a unique individual made in the image of God. Our curriculum is designed in response to the needs of each and every pupil. Opportunities for enjoyable, independent and collaborative learning are integrated wholly within a connected and relevant curriculum which raises curiosity and builds aspirations.
All children are supported and challenged to do their best.
Become fluent, confident readers with a love of reading
Develop confidence in oracy, aiding analysis and higher order thinking skills
Use and apply high level reading, writing and maths skills across the curriculum
Learn and retain key knowledge and subject specific vocabulary
Have a wide range of life experiences that enhance their learning
Be excited by the curriculum and want to learn
Become independent, resilient and reflective learners so pupils always improve on their previous best
Develop a sense of justice, respect and community
Know and understand the Catholic faith and live out its teachings
What does your child learn at school each day? Click below to find out more information about our curriculum subjects: