Curriculum Overview

Curriculum Ethos
Our Curriculum Ethos At All Saints C of E Primary School, we have developed our own bespoke thematic curriculum, All Saints Journeys of Discovery. This follows guidance set out by the DfE in the National Curriculum 2014.

In developing our approach, it was important that our curriculum design provides inspirational learning experiences for all our pupils. Our thematic curriculum is varied, practical and based on real-life experience and current events; we ensure that children are at the heart of shaping their own learning.

At primary school age, we believe that children benefit from an integrated theme-based approach, focused on the development of key skills and our curriculum reflects this ethos. Engagement activities bring learning to life at the start of the theme and pupils complete a final task or product to express their skills, to demonstrate and apply their thinking. Our thematic curriculum ensures that all learning is aspirational and subjects are interwoven through a range of linked projects. We build pupils’ expertise across all subjects, enhanced by the involvement of practicing experts in their fields, such as, scientists, authors, artists and athletes. This means that learning at All Saints C of E is meaningful, engaging practical and fun!

Journeys of Discovery Curriculum

This is the CURRICULUM that children will experience at All Saints. Through inventive, creative and inspirational teaching. We want every child to develop an understanding of the big ideas which shape the world through the subject curricula. 

Each subject domain has a carefully planned out and structured method of ensuring children develop the knowledge they need to understand the world. Ours is a developmental, thematic CURRICULUM that provides every child with the opportunity to  LET THEIR LIGHT SHINE!
If you would like to find out more about All Saints Journeys of Discovery Curriculum, please contact Mr Coleman, Deputy Headteacher through the school office. Tel: 01530 832608 Email:
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