At Park Brow Community School we aim to offer all children a broad, balanced and stimulating curriculum. The curriculum is planned to focus on developing the knowledge, vocabulary and skills within curriculum areas.
Park Brow will be at the heart of the community. Partners, ‘Making a Difference’ together so that our pupils leave Park Brow School with the skills to be confident, knowledgeable learners, aware of their own strengths/ talents and with clear future aspirations to dream, achieve and be the best they can. Working alongside our Secondary colleagues to ensure this journey has a fluid curriculum transition based on shared values.
In Early Years, through the prime and specific areas of learning pupils will developing skills and knowledge to further enhance their readiness for learning as they move into Key Stage 1.
Throughout Key Stage 1 pupils will develop the foundations of English and Maths within a broad and balanced curriculum. Here the love of learning is embedded. Pupils are provided with tailored support to develop the skills and knowledge on their journey to become independent learners.
Throughout Key Stage 2 pupils build on the experiences of Key Stage 1 and have the skills to broaden their knowledge of the world, enhance their creative abilities, learn to become historians, have a love of scientific enquiry to become independent learners in an ever changing digital world. To also move forward in their lives with our School, Kirkby Child and British Values clearly embedded so that they can become good citizens of the future.
In addition to the content that is driven by the curriculum objectives we have developed curriculum drivers – Key elements that form relentless, consistent threads that run through our curriculum. These were devised by teaching staff to meet the wider needs of our children specifically as they go forward in their lives.
These drivers ensure that wherever possible the curriculum is delivered in a way that explores these issues.
Underpinning all of these drivers is Social, Emotional, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Development (SEMSC) through which we further develop our pupils’ understanding and celebration of diversity. This leads to racial tolerance, harmony and understanding.
Please click on the links below to find out more information about our curriculum drivers.
Information about each subject can be found on the subject pages, including long terms plans.
If you would like to know any more information about our curriculum and any schemes that we follow, please contact the school’s Curriculum Lead – Miss Connell.