For you are God’s masterpiece created in Christ Jesus to do good works which God prepared in advance for you to do.’ Ephesians 2:10
We want the children at St Joseph’s to become innovative, life-long learners and our curriculum is key to enabling this vision. In order to fully access our curriculum, we are determined that all pupils will be able to read fluently and develop a love for reading as they move through school. This will help them to unlock their potential and enjoy all that our curriculum has to offer.
We aim to provide our children with a curriculum that is ambitious, well sequenced, broad and balanced which builds knowledge, skills and discipline over time.
Through the themes we have chosen to develop pupils’ character and the range of exciting learning opportunities which will support pupils’ academic development, children will leave St. Joseph’s well prepared for the next phase of their education. They will know and understand the key components required to become successful, well-rounded global citizens in today’s ever changing society.
Importantly, they will be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to use their God-given talents for the benefit of themselves and for others, developing the qualities needed to make a successful contribution to their own future and in preparation for the communities which they will be part of in the years to come.
Please visit our curriculum pages to see additional information about our core subjects, wider curriculum and termly overviews.
Every half term, teachers send home curriculum maps to give parents further information about what the children are learning about in each subject for the course of the half term. If you would like more information about our curriculum you can contact your child’s class teacher via our Class Dojo.
If you have any questions or queries about our curriculum programme, please do not hesitate to get in contact with the Headteacher, Mrs Helen Cooke.
Click Here to view the Bishop Konstant Catholic Academy Trust Curriculum Statement