Religious and Moral Education includes Christianity, and other world religions as well as exploring issues of beliefs and values and religious observance.
Expressive Arts incorporates teaching and learning in Art and Design, Dance, Drama and Music. We use specialist expertise of members of staff in Art and Design, Drama and Music to enhance our curriculum development.
In Sciences the key concepts are clearly identified using five organisers:
Planet Earth; Forces, Electricity and Waves; Biological Systems; Materials, Topical Science. As well as discreet subject development, we also include science studies to create relevant contexts for learning and application of knowledge.
Social Subjects are developed discretely as well as through interdisciplinary studies and projects. The organisers for Social Studies are: People, Past Events and Societies; People Place and Environment; people in Society, Economy and Business.
Technologies includes ICT and computing skills as well as the development of a range of other skills. Part of our programme helps children to develop an awareness of the role of technology in society and business.
Technologies skills are also taught both discretely and through interdisciplinary studies and projects.
The organisers for Technologies are:-
ICT to enhance learning
Technological developments in society
Craft, design, engineering and graphics
Food and textiles
We have purchased components of Education City software to further develop learning across the curriculum in Maths, Literacy, Science and French.