The Moorlands Curriculum

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We believe that all of our children should be immersed in a high-quality learning experience that prepares them to be 21st Century Citizens.

To achieve this our curriculum is one that is broad, balanced and is ambitious for all. It is exciting, relevant and meaningful and responds to the needs of the individuals within our learning community, enabling them to shine academically and flourish socially, emotionally, morally and culturally.  The curriculum should be seen in its widest sense; as the entire planned learning experience, including formal learning opportunities as well as events, routines and enrichment activities that take place outside the classroom. Also, permeating our curriculum are the core values of our school; Respect, Responsibility, honesty, compassion, resilience and belief, together with the British Values of individual liberty, mutual respect, democracy and the rule of law.

This means our children leave Moorlands being not only literate, numerate and well-rounded, but also being collaborative, creative and reflective. We believe that, in conjunction with parents and carers, it is our responsibility to enable and support our children to make the best progress that they can and not place any limitations on what they can achieve.

We believe that our children should be supported by our Core Values that rejoice, both in what it is to be a citizen of the world and to be part of a school community, with a deep and tangible Christian soul.