At Templefield Lower School, we ensure that our children receive a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum that is rich in knowledge, skills and memorable experiences. We believe that learning is lifelong and that the skills and attitudes we instil in the early stages of our children's lives should stand them in good stead for the future. We place high importance on the future role of our children in society and aim to develop their social awareness as global citizens.
The key principles behind the design of our curriculum are for our children to:
We aim to be an inclusive school which responds successfully to the needs of the diverse community we serve. We work closely with pupils, families and relevant outside agencies to ensure that potential barriers to learning are reduced and make reasonable adjustments to enable all children to access the curriculum so they can learn, achieve and participate fully in school life. By offering a broad and balanced curriculum, setting high expectations and taking into account pupils' varied life experiences and needs we aspire that all pupils will achieve their full potential and excel in areas of strength.
Our curriculum takes account of the statutory requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, the Primary National Curriculum, and the Bedfordshire and Luton Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education. Progression of knowledge, skills and understanding is carefully planned to ensure that children’s learning builds effectively over time.
We aim to deliver out curriculum through: