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Curriculum Intention

Pupils will:

  • be inspired by the teaching and learning at our school
  • be engaged and experience learning as enjoyable and fulfilling
  • develop an enquiring mind, a love of learning and a thirst for knowledge, which they carry with them throughout life
  • develop the ability, attitude and organisational skills to work both independently and in collaboration with others
  • master the key skills and achieve a level of competency sufficient to prepare them for the future challenges they will face
  • experience success and enjoy opportunities to celebrate their achievements

At St Anne’s Fulshaw CE Primary School, the curriculum is divided into three key areas:

  • Early Years Foundation Stage [Reception]
  • Key Stage 1 [Year 1 & 2]
  • Key Stage 2 [Year 3, 4, 5 & 6]

As classes are organised in mixed-age groups, the school arranges its curriuclum on a three-year rolling programme. The programme has been designed to promote cross-curricular links across areas of the National Curriculum, in order to enable pupils to apply knowledge, understanding and skills across a range of different subjects. This has proven to be a successful and enjoyable way of learning for our pupils.

Curriculum information is available by subject and by year.

Statement of British Values

In June 2014, the then Secretary of State for Education, Michael Gove, announced that schools would be required to promote British values from September of that year.

Department for Education guidance:

The Department for Education (DfE) has subsequently published guidance on promoting British values for both maintained and independent schools (see download below). The guidance suggests steps for schools to take to promote British values, including:

  • Use teaching resources from a wide variety of sources to help pupils understand a range of faiths
  • Ensure that all pupils within the school have a voice that is listened to, and demonstrate how democracy works by actively promoting democratic processes (such as a school council whose members are voted for by the pupils)
  • Include material in the curriculum which considers the strengths, advantages and disadvantages of democracy, and how democracy and the law work in Britain, in contrast to other forms of government in other countries

What are British values?

According to guidance from the DFE, the fundamental British values are:

  • Democracy
  • The rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs

Teaching British Values at St Anne’s Fulshaw CE Primary School

We deliver British values education as part of our ongoing programme of study, making relevant links, where appropriate, to the topic areas studied in class. For example, during lessons on Ancient Greece, or during UK Parliament Week, children learn what it means to live in a democracy and how that has evolved over time.


Contact the School

St Anne's Fulshaw CE Primary

Nursery Lane,

Main Contact: Ms Clare Daniel (Headteacher)

Tel: 01625 523536

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