In order to fulfil the promises of our Mission Statement at St. Michael’s, we believe that our curriculum should be broad and balanced and creatively offer opportunities which enable all our pupils to achieve, irrespective of social background, culture, race, gender or academic ability.
We ensure that our curriculum meets statutory requirements, whilst being tailored to the specific interests and needs of the children of St Michael’s:
- The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (Foundation Stage 1 and Foundation Stage 2).
- The National Curriculum (Years 1 to 6).
- Religious Education – (‘The Way the Truth and the Life’ syllabus).
- Power of Reading
- Ten Ten
In addition to the formal planned requirements of the National Curriculum, the school ensures that the children experience a wide range of learning opportunities that challenge, stimulate and promote the development of thinking and enquiry, which will develop the pupils as life- long learners. We aim to teach children how to grow into positive, responsible people, who can work and co-operate with others to achieve their true potential and who can also be resilient enough to cope with the challenges that they will have to face both in their learning journeys now and throughout their adult lives.
Please find below, St. Michael’s Yearly Overviews and Termly Overviews for each Year Group.
Overviews of what we are learning each term are listed on our year group pages.