St Peter's School Curriculum
Our School Curriculum
Classroom environments, resources and educational visits and visitors are all planned to stimulate and challenge children in order to provide a context for effective learning. Individual and group work is encouraged so that children may discover answers to their own questions through observation, experimentation and guidance by their teacher.
As teachers, it is our aim to establish what children can do in order to build on their existing understanding. Within each class, children will be grouped in different ways, for different activities or subjects, in order to make teaching and learning most effective. Children will be expected to work at their own level of attainment and study skills will be developed through the use of reference material, including the internet, and other sources.
Subjects will be taught in their own right, but will sometimes support the development of another subject as well. In this way the school curriculum will cover the National Curriculum subjects.
Added to this is Religious Education. The personal development of our pupils is also vitally important to us and we therefore include moral, social, cultural, community and health issues in our teaching.
Religious Education and Worship
We are an Academy, of religious character having converted from a Church of England Controlled School. We are proud of our links with the local church of St Peter's, Wrockwardine, and as such, we aim to develop our school practice in accord with Christian principles. As well as Christianity, we respect and explore other major world faiths through our teaching and shared worship.
Religious Education is taught from the locally agreed syllabus for Telford and Wrekin. In addition, we encourage children to develop understanding, care and respect towards people with beliefs different to their own.
Parents do have the right to withdraw their children from RE and collective worship.
Should you require further information about the school curriculum, please contact these key staff, via the school office:
For English enquiries - Miss C McCunnin
For Maths enquiries - Mrs N Lewis
For PE enquiries - Mrs K Stott
For RE enquiries - Mrs E Crossland
For any other subject enquiries - Mrs A Martin
If your curriculum enquiry relates to a particular phase of school, please contact:
For Reception and Year 1 - Mrs B McKimm
For Years 2, 3 and 4 - Mrs N Lewis
For Years 5 and 6 - Miss C McCunnin
If your enquiry relates to phonics, please be informed we follow Essential Letters and Sounds and the phonics leader is Miss B Payne.
If you have a different curriculum enquiry, please contact the Acting Vice Principal - Mrs E Oakley.
Any enquiries to request withdrawal from any part of the curriculum must be made in writing to the Acting Principal - Mrs A Martin.