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Global Curriculum Journey

Each term children become involved in a context that demands them to think and contribute at a local and global level.  They engage in an inquiry project that has a clear outcome and is linked to our values alongside the knowledge, skills and attitudes that we want them to build.  Most curriculum subjects are taught through these projects, allowing children to make connections between subjects and apply their knowledge, skills and understanding to real life challenges.

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 Relationships, Health, Sex & Relationships

The RSHE curriculum ensures children are taught healthy, respectful relationships focusing on family, and friendships in a variety of contexts.  This will sit alongside understanding how to be healthy.  Relationship Education includes developing self-confidence in preparing for physical and emotional changes into adulthood.

Below is our Policy and Power Point delivered to parents.

 

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Reporting Your Child's Absence 

All parents are required to inform their child's school if they are absent.

If your child is unwell, please call the School Office Absence Line giving your child's name, class and reason for absence:

Sample Message: "Mary Smith Ash Class - High Temperature