The curriculum at St Antony’s is rich, broad and balanced in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum with the addition of the Religious Education scheme endorsed by the Bishops Conference of England and Wales.
The curriculum comprises of
At St Antony’s our curriculum is underpinned by our vision and values and reflects our faith and our mission statement. We place our children at the centre of our school and seek to develop the whole child – spiritually, morally, culturally and academically so they are well prepared to meet future challenges.
Storing up knowledge for the future with,
Qualities eagerly developed amongst each child
Uniqueness is celebrated, understanding fostered, creating
Inquisitive, independent, individuals who are
Retrieving knowledge through
Effort and enthusiasm
Learning to love just like our Lord Jesus Christ
A squirrel is inquisitive, independent and creative, it stores up food for future use and plays a vital role in the world. Our curriculum intent is for all of our children to be inquisitive, independent and creative, to store up knowledge and skills for their future and to learn to love themselves, others and creation in order to play a vital role in the world.
Key Stage 1 and 2
The New National Primary Curriculum came in to effect in September 2014. All subject areas are planned and assessed against the new year group expectations.
French is taught from years 3 to 6.
A range of Book Banded books are used to support reading within Key Stage 1.