At Samlesbury, our expectation is that pupils will make significant progress in all subjects but also develop a passion for learning, discovering their own individual strengths and talents through the opportunities that we provide.
Staff work closely together to plan a comprehensive, cohesive curriculum which is enriched with a broad range of learning opportunities, designed to challenge the most able and those with special needs. Children will have the opportunity to imagine, question, reason, choose, observe, experience, explain, test, estimate, problem-solve, deduce, hypothesise, evaluate and record.
Curriculum enrichment is essential part of learning at our school and we plan visits out and bring visitors in to bring learning to life to help support us in delivering an inspiring curriculum. This is delivered creatively through termly topics that engage the learner through exciting content and enrichment opportunities.
Our Christian vision of Learning, Growing and Inspiring Others through God's Love and Grace underpins all we do in our curriculum, assemblies and PHSE sessions, ensuring that our pupils develop tolerance, respect, courtesy and consideration for others regardless of their age, gender, disability, culture or belief and are fully prepared for modern life. Additionally, we aim to provide a curriculum and experiences which develop pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural well being and promote a sound understanding of the human/British values of democracy, government, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.
If you would like to know more about our curriculum please follow the links below:
Please click the link for our Curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement
Please click the link to the National Curriculum document
To find out more about each classes curriculum please see our curriculum overview web page.
Please view our Termly Curriculum newsletters for more information on our curriculum.