St Luke's Curriculum
At St Luke’s we have developed a knowledge-endowed curriculum that extends opportunity, opens children’s eyes to the world beyond their immediate environment, instils a sense of well-being, inspires children to keep learning and enables pupils to live happy, healthy and productive lives.
Our Curriculum Plan is intended to give all children, including disadvantaged pupils in particular, the chance to experience places, events and cultures that they might otherwise not have.
In order to achieve this, our curriculum is underpinned by three curriculum drivers, chosen to meet the needs of our pupils:
- Spiritual and Moral
- Our Place in the World
Our school values are an integral part of our curriculum and opportunities to develop these are carefully planned. These are known as our Torches values and consist of:
Progression has been developed in each subject, allowing pupils to build on what they have learnt previously. This progression is mapped out clearly in our Subject Progression Maps and allows opportunities for purposeful repetition and independent application of knowledge as pupils advance through the school.
Teachers plan and teach together in year group teams. Click below for a summary of the topics taught across the school, the intended impact and the Wow events that we plan to ensure maximum pupil engagement!
In the Early Years activities are structured around Prime and Specific Areas of development:
- Personal, Social & Emotional Development
- Physical Development
- Communication & Language
- Understanding the World
- Expressive Arts & Design
A full copy of the statutory curriculum for Early Years Foundation Stage can be found with here
Our curriculum expands throughout Key Stage 1 & 2 to include all the National Curriculum subjects:
- Design & Technology
- Personal, Health and Social Education
- Physical Education
- Religious Education
- MFL (French)
Details of the National Curriculum expectations for each year group can be found with our here.