Curriculum Statement of Intent
Our purpose at Hunton CEP School is to provide our children with an engaging, empowering and inclusive curriculum that prepares them for a modern British society beyond Primary School. This curriculum is underpinned by our four distinctively Christian Values of: Compassion, Hope, Reverence & Wisdom, ensuring all pupils are equipped to, ‘Live life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10).
At Hunton CEP School, the curriculum is taught through a balance of skills and knowledge, providing first hand learning experiences, allowing the children to develop interpersonal skills, build resilience and become creative, critical thinkers.
Below are our intent statements for each subject area:
To deliver an engaging literacy curriculum, that promotes children’s love for reading and enhances their written and oral communication.
For children to be mathematically literate, and, through mastery, equip the pupils with the skills of calculation, reasoning and problem solving that they need in life beyond school
To develop children's scientific knowledge, enquiry skills and understanding of the nature, processes and methods of science, for now and the future.
To develop pupils’ sense of past events and their consequences, alongside enhancing chronological understanding.
To encourage pupils to explore and celebrate diversity, whilst developing knowledge and understanding about the wider world we live in.
Art and Design Technology
To encourage pupils to be creative through enhancing design, making and evaluating skills within a range of different mediums and techniques.
To encourage pupils to be confident in performing, whilst enhancing their composition and appraising skills thought a variety of music genres across different eras.
To encourage pupils to problem solve, be creative and to be able to communicate across a range of devices, computing programs and software.
To develop the teaching and learning of Modern Foreign Languages across the school, preparing children for future opportunities in different countries.
To develop children’s understanding of PSHCE and provide them with a foundation of life skills across a range of contexts (home/school/community and life spans (primary/secondary school/ future life).
To encourage pupils to be healthy and active, also understanding the positive effect exercise can have on SEMH. To develop children’s experiences and enable them to achieve personal successes, the appropriate skills and confidence to partake in all sports.