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Curriculum Statement

 

Our curriculum at Kilburn Infant & Nursery School is a carefully planned, thematic approach to teaching and learning, designed to support children's natural curiosity, stimulate their creativity, and promote life-long learning.

 

The curriculum that we teach to the children delivers our four curriculum aims:

     1. To provide opportunities for all pupils to learn and to achieve

     2. To promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare pupils

         for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life

     3. To promote British Values

     4. To prepare pupils for life in Modern Britain

 

Our school is fully inclusive and our curriculum is adapted to accommodate all children irrespective of their needs or difficulties.

 

Many of our children join our school without the opportunities/experiences of their peers nationally, and with lower Communication & Language skills. We create exciting, activity and language-rich environments with 'Every Child a Talker' trained staff to accelerate language learning, and to give children access to a wide range of resources and equipment they have not experienced previously.

 

Kilburn is a large village within a mainly White town, and our children are supported to be able to take their place in a multicultural, outward looking world, through our teaching with 'Cornerstones' half-termly 'Imaginative Learning Projects', including themes such as 'Rio de Vida', 'Bright Lights, Big City', and 'Land Ahoy'.

 

Each cross-curricular theme begins with a 'Memorable Experience' to enthuse and 'Engage' our learners e.g. 'Towers, Turrets and Tunnels' = a visit to Warwick Castle, and moves through 'Develop' and 'Innovate' learning, before finishing with an 'Express' section where children are able to apply all of their learning from the project, to create an experience for parents to see/join in with e.g. displays, picnics, galleries, demonstrations.

 

Our Curriculum Intent is full delivery of all statutory Early Years and National Curriculum learning objectives, with progressive learning building on previous learning, and with additional opportunities to learn new vocabulary, have Memorable/Cultural Capital/Extra-Curricular experiences, and learn/remember lots of 'interesting facts' or 'Sticky Knowledge' that will stay with the children as they grow older.

 

 

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