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Llanrhidian Primary School

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Our Curriculum

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) is at the heart of our school’s planning, policies, practice and ethos. As a rights-respecting school we not only teach about children’s rights but also model rights and respect in all relationships.  Our belief in “restorative approaches” ensures that every child is listened to. 

 

We believe that every member of the school community is a learner, pupils, staff and parents.  Together we develop as a learning organisation, using information from research, other schools, businesses and the real world to build a culture for improvement.

 

Across all Areas of Learning and Experience (AoLEs), the application of numeracy, literacy and digital competency is robustly planned for.  Teachers are expected to plan and deliver learning objectives pitched appropriately to the learners needs.  Lessons have success criteria (which also include numeracy, literacy and/or digital competency) to ensure the learners are aware of the particular skills they are looking to develop within that lesson. In addition to literacy, numeracy and digital competence, teachers plan for incidental welsh and opportunities to address relationships and sexuality education in line with the new CfW.

 

There is a whole school and cluster approach to well-being enabling pupils to understand their own and others’ emotions.  This is in line with the Health and Well-Being AoLE, and is integrated throughout the school day, and through out the curriculum itself. 

 

Every opportunity is used to promote the vision of “Every child can be the best they can be!”

 

 

For more information on our "Curriculum for Learning" at Llanrhidian, please click on the attached policy below.  

Our Curriculum for Learning Policy - Please note this is being updated regularly as we continue to design our curriculum.

Our Curriculum within the North Gower Partnership

Our Curriculum within the North Gower Partnership 1

Education in Wales is changing (Saesneg/English)

From 2022, there'll be a new curriculum. Designed by teachers. Built for children. Made for a fast-changing world. Giving children the knowledge, skills and the experiences they need to succeed in the future. (To see an equivalent video in Welsh , please visit this link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FsrD_tJqW4&t=4s)

A new curriculum for Wales

This is an exciting time for the young people of Wales. A new Curriculum for Wales is coming that will enthuse learners from 3 to 16, giving them the foundations they need to succeed in a changing world.

Four Purposes

Four Purposes 1

The Wider Skills

The Wider Skills 1

Our North Gower Partnership Approach to the Curriculum for Wales

Our North Gower Partnership Approach to the Curriculum for Wales 1

Our Approach to being a Mentally Healthy School

Our Approach to being a Mentally Healthy School  1

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