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At Oakthorpe, our curriculum is incredibly important so children have all possible opportunities to be the best they can be.

 

Our key priorities are:

 

 

Embedded across the curriculum, are the 5Rs:

Resilience

Challenge yourself

Have stickability and never give up

Get lost in learning

Reflectiveness

Think about what you can do

Tackle problems confidently

Learn from your mistakes

Resourcefulness

Be curious and ask questions

Always be positive and ready to learn

Read lots, learn lots

Reciprocity

Work well with others

Learn from other people

Show active listening

Responsibility

Bring what you need to school every day.

Be responsible for your own learning

Be independent

These are celebrated across the year and they feature highly within the school's assemblies and themed weeks. They are displayed in each classroom and the main corridor to encourage children to use the language around how to build their own learning power.

 

As part of our drive to embed positive mindsets we use Positive Emotions across the school curriculum which feature in assemblies and also as part of interactions between staff and pupils. These positive emotions help children to understand the importance of positive thinking but also help them to realise that they can be used when they face a challenge in whatever circumstance.

Our Positive Emotions - Joy, Pride, Interest, Hope, Awe, Love, Inspiration, Serenity, Gratitude, Amusement.


Across the year, we have planned lots of whole school opportunities to bring our priorities to life and help the children understand how they can become better learners. You can also find out more about how we use assemblies each term to help children develop British Values and the importance of being a learning community.

Also, you will find information about the objectives covered in each year group within the curriculum. We have a two year cycle of objectives to make sure all objectives are covered. From September 2019 to July 2020 we shall be completing cycle B.

Keep a look out on the class pages for a break down of the curriculum in your child's class for each half term.

If there is any way you can help to support our curriculum or you have got any questions or comments please talk to a member of staff.
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