What our children want and need in our Curriculum:
Talk, Feel, Question, Reflect
The curriculum at Courthouse Green Primary School aims to prepare children in understanding the world around them and prepare them for the next stage of their education. We want all of our pupils to be both engaged by the curriculum but be able to question and think deeply about what they learn led by British Values. The design of our wider curriculum is based on developing children’s oracy, getting an emotional hook, developing enquiry and critically analysing and evaluating. The vocabulary we expect children to learn and use is ambitious and provides challenge to all children. By the time learners have left Courthouse Green Primary School, they will have mastered a range of both procedural knowledge (skills) and factual knowledge through repeated Assessment for Learning opportunities and deliberate practise with subject leaders ensuring careful planning for progression and depth. Our curriculum is customised to meet the contextual needs of our learners.
|PSHE||Real P.E||R.E||The Arts||Computing|
Knowledge Organisers Autumn Term
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3|
|Year 4||Year 5||Year 6|
As part of a child's curriculum entitlement here at Courthouse Green, we take part in 11 B4 11 which offers 11 promises for every child, who comes to our school, will get to experience by the time they leave school in Year 6. Each promise is aligned with our school core values and British Values.
Please click the link to see what our promises are and which year group they are carried out in 11 B4 11