Curriculum

Our Core Values

At Frodsham Weaver Vale Primary School we  hold  five core values  which  are the pillars for our curriculum.  They are as follows;

Respect

'a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.'

Happiness

'the state of being of enjoying your life.'

Confidence

'a feeling of self-assurance arising from an appreciation of one's own abilities or qualities.'

Pride

'a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one's own achievements or the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated,'

Achievement

'a thing done successfully with effort, skill, or courage.'

FWVPS Curriculum

At Frodsham Weaver Vale Primary School we aim to allow all children the opportunity to be successful learners.  We extend our core values into our curriculum and work towards sending our children on to their next stage of the academic journey as happy, confident, respectful, proud children that have achieved to their full potential.

Our curriculum serves as the vehicle to achieve this.  As a school we acknowledge that core skills need to be taught to the highest quality using quality first teaching.  All children must be able to secure the basic skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening and maths in the classroom.  These are the building blocks to creating lifelong learners, tooled with the skills to achieve in life.  They allow children to access further curriculum opportunities.

Our Curriculum

We will promote a high quality curriculum that is built on the foundations of our core values.

Every child will be given access to quality first, basic skills teaching.

All children will have access to a broad and balanced curriculum that is exceptionally taught.

Visits to enhance the learning experience are planned into the academic year.

Enrichment opportunities are effectively planned into the curriculum.

Real talents and interests are developed and nurtured by caring adults.

 

Values the acquisition of key knowledge and understanding as

Adults have high expectations of all pupils across the school.

Learning promotes spiritual, moral and cultural development in pupils.

Enables all children the opportunity to be successful, ready for the next stage of education.

 

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