Curriculum Statement

East Garforth Primary Academy Curriculum Statement

 The curriculum will lead to successful                learners with

  • Enthusiasm and motivation for learning 
  • Determination to reach high standards of achievement
  • Openness to new thinking and ideas


And able to

  • Use literacy, communication and numeracy skills
  • Use technology for learning
  • Think creatively and independently
  • Learn independently and as part of a group
  • Make reasoned evaluations
  • Link and apply new kinds of learning in new situations

 The curriculum will lead to confident                  individuals with

  • Self-respect 
  • A sense of physical, mental and emotional well being 
  • Secure values and beliefs 
  • Ambition

 And able to

  • Relate to others and manage themselves
  • Pursue a healthy and active lifestyle
  • Be self- aware
  • Develop and communicate their own beliefs of the world
  • Live as independently as they can
  • Assess risks and take informed decisions
  • Achieve success in different areas of activity

 The curriculum will lead to responsible             citizens with

  • Respect for others
  • Commitment to participate responsibly  in political, economic, social and cultural life

 And be able to

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of the world and our country’s place in it
  • Understand different beliefs and cultures
  • Make informed choices and decisions
  • Evaluate environmental, scientific and technological issues; develop informed ethical views of complex issues

 The curriculum will lead to effective                  contributors with

  • An enterprising attitude
  • Resilience
  • Self-reliance

 And be able to

  • Communicate in different ways and in different settings
  • Work in partnership and in teams.
  • Take the initiative and lead
  • Apply critical thinking in new contexts
  • Create and develop
  • Solve problems

For further information regarding the curriculum here is a link to the National Curriculum in England Framework Document July 2014.