Social, Moral, Spiritual & Cultural Development

At our school we are passionate about all pupils receiving a balanced and well-rounded curriculum, giving them learning experiences that not only enrich them academically, but which will enable them to become responsible, thoughtful and valuable citizens.  We believe that enabling children to grow spiritually and socially, whilst nurturing their moral and cultural understanding, building their character, is essential to this. 

Our curriculum is designed to ensure that SMSC, alongside our Christian and British Values, is embedded throughout all subjects, offering opportunities for pupils to grow and develop whilst experiencing activities which enrich their learning and encourage empathy, diversity, understanding and a strong sense of self.  

We have developed a set of challenges for all pupils to complete from Reception to Y6, which will give them different experiences to enrich their learning - 50 Things to do before you leave our school.  These challenges will be built in both through the curriculum and through extra-curricular activities and experiences offered throughout the child’s time at school.

Latest News

Letters to Parents

26 Sep 2021

Parent letters are sent electronically via Arbor and a copy of all letters sent home can be found below Covid-19 Update Enterprise Fair Order Form NSPCC Speak Out Stay Safe Letter Lion King Theatre Trip Reception Class Blessing …more

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Remote Learning

14 Jan 2021

Remote education provision: information for parents This information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to pupils and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education if local restrictions require entire classes (or …more

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Parent Questionnaire

2 Dec 2020

As part of our commitment to continual improvement, we are keen to take feedback from parents and carers to help us develop the school in all areas. We would appreciate it if you would take the time to complete this questionnaire and return it to …more

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