Curriculum, Documents & Results
...on this page find information about the curriculum taught in school, statutory documents and policies published by school and information about children's attainment at school
Every Voluntary Aided (VA) school must publish certain information on their web site, here you will have access to that and other useful information and links to other external web sites.
For the DfE School Performance table
For the School Financial Benchmarking data
There are NO members of staff who earn £100,000 per year or more
School Policies & Forms
Please see below a list of policies & forms that may be of interest/use to you. If you require any policy/form below in printed format or another policy not listed below please contact the school office.
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Here you can find information about the curriculum your child will be taught.
If you would like further information regarding the curriculum your child will be following please do not hesitate to contact their class teacher or the headteacher.
Alternatively, the following website links to the National Curriculum:
Curriculum Development: Intent, Implementation and Impact
At St Marie’s, we are committed to providing a broad and balanced curriculum which reflects the example of Jesus through the gospel. We have explored the context of our children and their experiences before designing a curriculum which is meaningful and provides opportunities for all.
The curriculum is arranged over a half term or term and is presented as a “Learning Challenge” which begins with an enquiry based question. We have put the National Curriculum, the experiences of our children and additional local themes which meets the needs of our learners into a two year cycle of planning.
The basis for each theme is taken from science, history or geography in the National Curriculum 2014 or from additional themes which have been suggested by children and staff.
A detailed plan is sent to parents and carers every half term . Throughout each theme children are encouraged to complete research at home and this work is shared and displayed with the rest of the class/ key stage/parents at the end of the theme.
Details of the National Curriculum 2014 taught in schools can be accessed below.