At St George's our mission is to provide 'Aspirational opportunities for all through the breath of God' by providing a broad and balanced curriculum which reflects the needs of all pupils and is appropriate to the world both in and outside of the classroom.
We use the National Curriculum which is statutory for state schools and inspiring topics to teach awe and wonder of the World in which we live. Using a Thinking Skills approach we ensure all children are taught the knowledge to reach their full potential in the curriculum and acquire effective Math’s and English skills whilst also developing a spiritual awareness of themselves, others and an awe of the Universe.
We promote positive emotional health and well-being by ensuring that pupils have the tools to learn to live together and are able to show sensitivity and respect to the differences we all share. Children at St George's become responsible, independent people who care about their world and are able to demonstrate a moral sense of responsibility and self-discipline. They have a love of learning and a desire to continue to expand their knowledge and skills throughout their lives.
Our core Christian values of Love, Care, Share, Trust and Respect underpin the Curriculum and ethos of St George's.
Further information about our curriculum can be seen in the planning below. Our curriculum is open to interpretation from teachers and topics may move around depending on world events and relevance to the children. We encourage all pupils to take an active role in the design of our curriculum and will use their ideas and suggestions (pupil voice) to shape the pathway that a topic will take.