School Curriculum

National Curriculum

Our school curriculum enables all children to acquire knowledge and develop their skills to the best of their ability. The teachers instil a positive attitude to learning that remains with pupils for their rest of their lives.

Meadowpark School’s curriculum consists of activities that we organise to promote learning, personal growth and development. As well as the formal requirements of the National Curriculum, it includes various extra-curricular activities. The school plans these in order to enrich the children’s experience.

This also includes the “hidden curriculum”. This is what the children learn from the way they are treated and expected to behave. We want children to grow into positive and responsible people. We also want them to learn to cooperate with others. Furthermore, we wish for them to develop their knowledge and skills, in order to achieve their true potential.

At Meadowpark we value the breadth of the curriculum that we provide. We aim to foster creativity in our children, to help them become independent learners. We believe in making learning fun.

Based on the National Curriculum, lessons teach children the fundamental skills of literacy, numeracy and ICT. Additional subjects like French, Drama and Music are included on the weekly timetable. These are taught by specialist teachers.

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Educational Experiences

Integral to our curriculum is a wide range of educational experiences that extend beyond the classroom door. Meadowpark School’s curriculum offers a series of educational journeys. These deepen the pupils’ understanding of the world around them. Trips extend pupils’ knowledge of past and present.

In Key Stage Two, pupils will have the opportunity to go on residential trips. We believe that pupils forge strong bonds of friendship during the trips. In addition their respect for one another grows.

Assemblies and PHSE sessions aid spiritual development. They also help pupils to distinguish between right and wrong. We encourage children to be positive citizens. They are also taught to value the contribution made by all ethnic groups in Britain’s multicultural society.

Meadowpark School has an extensive programme of extra-curricular activities. These take place outside the formal curriculum. Pupils thrive in the creative and nurturing environment. This enables them to develop their individuality whilst having respect for others.

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