At South Farnborough, we are aware of the constantly changing world in which we live. We feel it is vital that, for our pupils to be successful in their futures, they can embrace diversity and manage this in a positive way. This is crucial through all aspects of the curriculum as each discipline can help a child to learn, grow and develop into a successful and responsible citizen who is ready for the next step.
By placing our values, the British values and inclusion at the heart of our curriculum, we can ensure that the children have the knowledge and skills they need to be successful not only in their learning, but in conduct to ensure their success in a forever changing world. It is through this approach that we help children to understand the equality is not about being the same, but about everyone having what they need to help them have the same opportunity to be successful. This supports us in our work to tailor our learning to be ambitious for all, but also to close the gap for our most disadvantaged learners. To find out how our curriculum complies with the Equalities Act please see our Equalities Policy. Please follow the link to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 for more information on how we make our curriculum accessible for those disabilities or special educational needs.
We plan our curriculum as a progression with suitable depth and breadth, building on prior experiences and learning to help make sense of new knowledge and skills. By doing this, our children are prepared for a successful transition into secondary school and then on to become successful and contributing members of society.
Please see a summary of how each subject area aims to achieve our overall intent below. To find out more information, click on the relevant subject name.
To ensure every single child has competent reading and writing skills to create a strong foundation on which to build their literacy skills as these skills feed into all aspects of our broad and balanced curriculum.
|To think like a mathematician and know that everyone can do maths.|
|To be inquisitive about our world, draw conclusions and identify patterns.|
To be prepared for the ever-changing world of technology.
To be able to use technology responsibly, safely and positively.
To understand the consequences of historical events and create a better future by learning from the past.
To appreciate other cultures and celebrate differences.
To understand the scale of the world and where they are in it.
To develop each child’s moral values, developing them towards being a successful citizen in the future, enabling them to be more inclusive with others.
|To learn about themselves and others to become good global citizens of the future.|
To know how art shapes our history and contributes to the culture, creativity and wealth of our nation.
To think like a designer and know the importance of design in shaping the future.
To develop a life-long participation and appreciation of physical activity to keep themselves healthy.
To explore relationships between language and identity, develop a deeper understanding of other cultures and the world around them with a better awareness of self, others and cultural differences.
To appreciate a shared world language and know how it shapes our history, and contributes to the culture, creativity and wealth of our nation.