At St Edmund's we provide a broad and balanced curriculum in order that our children are given opportunity to fulfil our vision for each individual. We want all children to be:
- effective communicators
- active contributors
- aspirational independent learners
- healthy in mind and body
In order to achieve this, we teach the National Curriculum as well as providing experiences and enrichment activities to enable them to be their best selves. We are developing children's thinking skills, dispositions and attitudes through the use of 'Thinking Maps' and 'Habits of Mind' which are research based and proven to support children's learning.
To support and enrich the National Curriculum we provide experiences that further enhance children's learning, for example the visits and workshops we provide as well as clubs, performances and sporting events. IT resources and workshops ensure our children can meet and exceed the requirements in the next phase of their education.
RE is considered a core subject at St. Edmund’s. RE is taught through individual RE lessons but it is also interwoven through the whole range of subjects taught throughout the school. We consider it vital for the children’s religious and spiritual development that an appropriate amount of time is set aside each week for RE lessons.
We have specialist provision for PE, Music, Art and French which the children thoroughly enjoy and often comment upon in their end of year reports.
'Pupils really enjoy a very broad and interesting curriculum. This includes visits out and a wide and popular range of activities out of school hours. Pupils can all succeed in the arts, humanities, science and sport, as well as English and Mathematics. Religious education has a high profile. ' Ofsted February 2017.