Curriculum

September 2019

School Vision Statement

All are inspired to achieve their full potential in our loving community of life-long learners, where:

  • Everyone is valued;
  • Every chance is provided for all to flourish in the security of God’s love; and
  • Every day brings the enjoyment of life in all its fullness.

What do we want to achieve with our curriculum?

At East Morton CE Primary School, we believe in a broad, balanced and creative curriculum, which provides every child with every chance to flourish and achieve their potential by becoming successful, life-long learners who are able to enjoy life in all its fullness as they move on to secondary education and beyond.

How will this be achieved?

Our bespoke, knowledge-rich curriculum will be closely aligned to our school vision and values and will be carefully designed, planned and sequenced to meet the specific needs of our unique learning community. The curriculum will extend well beyond the academic and vocational and our ‘exceptional’ provision for learners’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development will be yet further enhanced through rich, coherently planned curricular and extra-curricular experiences which enable all to flourish as they both discover and develop individual interests and talents.

Curriculum Impact

During a recent external review, the following was noted about our school’s broad and balanced curriculum:

‘Leaders have planned a curriculum that is rich and makes pupils curious about learning. Excellent work in art, history and geography provides extensive opportunities for pupils to understand the variety of cultures and the beauty inherent in the world we live in. There is a ‘real depth of learning’ in pupils’ work. Pupils’ pride in their work is exceptionally high. Leaders and teachers have set exceptionally high standards and pupils are making every effort to match adults’ aspirations for them.’

Additional Information

Specific information for parents/carers about the half-termly curriculum studied within each class is available in our ‘Classes’ section. Should you require further information about the curriculum followed in our school, please contact Mrs Dewhirst, our curriculum leader, through the school office – office@eastmorton.bradford.sch.uk.

We are currently reviewing our curriculum and information will be posted below for individual subject areas as they are completed.

Our Twitter

We have a few (rare) maths and English vacancies @BVGAcademy. Why not have a look today at these and the other vacancies across the BDAT family of schools including @WeAreBDAT @BradfordForster @StJohnsCE @BBEC1 @OxenhopeCEPS https://www.bdat-academies.org/employer-of-choice/vacancies/

Don't forget to book your place at the BDAT Primary Recruitment Fair 2020 on 12th February where you can hear more about what it is like to work in the BDAT family at one of our 13 Primary Schools, meet our Heads and see what vacancies we have to offer: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bradford-diocesan-acadmies-trust-primary-recruitment-fair-tickets-88796874843?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Last week, Year 3 produced some fantastic art work inspired by the Japanese artist Hokusai. Using a variety of techniques such as printing, washing and sketching, the children created their own version of 'The Great Wave'! @WeAreBDAT

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