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Curriculum Information

We were finalists in the Ciria BIG Biodiversity Challenge Award 2018. The landscaping design supports ecology and purposeful outdoor learning. The outdoor studio, pond, orchard, meadow, woodlands and kitchen gardens promote scientific enquiry through practical exploration.

‘Eco-schools has a good impact on children’s motivation and learning.’ (Local Authority Adviser, May 2016) ‘I love Eco-schools.’ ‘We have learnt new skills – making a greenhouse, identifying birds and weaving.’ (Year 3 child)

The Houses: Earth, Fire, Air and Water – support our focus on sustainability.

Creative and Performing Arts are a focus, as our choir and orchestra perform to a variety of audiences. We participate in the National Gallery’s ‘Take One Picture’ and the Pottery Club make good use of the kiln room.

Our partnership with Crystal Palace football club supports our commitment to sport and a healthy lifestyle, with high quality teaching, successful participation in competitive sport and ‘Change4life’ sessions.

Our extensive range of extra-curricular activities, at lunchtime and after-school, ensure all children’s interests are developed; sporting activities include football, netball, athletics, tag-rugby, cross country, multi-skills and dance; musical activities include steel pans, choir, clarinet, guitar, violin, drums and orchestra; other activities include pottery, art, chess, science, drama and philosophy. 

Each year group shares key information for each subject with parents. This is published in the form of Knowledge Organisers, which can be found on the Year Group tab or included on the Curriculum Subjects tab.

If you require further information on our curriculum, please contact the school. 

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