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To be the best you can be:for God, for others and for ourselves

Holy Trinity Curriculum

 

At Holy Trinity our vision is to be the best we can be: for God, for others and for ourselves. Through our hard work we want our children to acquire the very best in wisdom, knowledge and skills to raise their aspirations, enabling them to grow and flourish as unique and precious children of God. We want to provide a safe and welcoming space where our children learn from our Christian values, live well together and experience ‘life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10)

Our Curriculum Intent Statement 

To download our Curriculum Intent Statement, click the link below:

Our Curriculum

 

You can find out more about our curriculum intent for each subject by clicking on the links below:

Knowledge Organisers

What is a Knowledge Organiser?

A Knowledge Organiser is a single page document that lists the important facts that children should know by the end of a topic. It is the minimum that needs to be known, rehearsed and stored over time in the long-term memory. They outline the starting point for the topic being learnt. Over the course of the topic the children will learn at a deeper and wider level.

 

Who uses them?

The school:

  1. To give a clear overview of what the children learn in each subject.
  2. To help children develop conceptual understanding.
  3. To set clear expectations of what children should learn in the long term.

 

The children:

  1. To quiz themselves in lessons and at home.
  2. To practice spelling key vocabulary.
  3. To further research people, events and processes.
  4. As a way to trigger memories from lessons about key information.

 

Parents:

  1. To understand exactly what their children should understand and remember.
  2. To know what language they should use when discussing learning at home.
  3. To know how to support their child in learning about a topic.

 

How they can be used at home?

 

  1. These can be used as conversation starters with your children to find out what they have learnt at school.
  2. Support children in carrying out their own research around the topics.
  3. Visit your local library, museums and trips to explore the topic.
  4. Become familiar with the key text.
  5. Learn the specific vocabulary and what they mean.
  6. Self-quiz at home.

You can find all of the Knowledge Organisers for each year group on our class pages.

You can find these by clicking the link below:

(Please note - Key learning in Reading, Writing, Spelling and Maths can be found on Year Group Curriculum pages.)
KS 1 Reading and Phonics Schemes - Click here.
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