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Curriculum 2022-2023


At St Anne’s we combine academic rigour with character education. We aim to deliver a curriculum that supports your child to achieve their full potential. We place a high emphasis on the well-being of pupils and have created a curriculum that reflects this. Our core values of Care, Challenge, Inspire and Respect have shaped our learning challenges to ensure that the curriculum explicitly teaches our pupils to understand, care about and act on core ethical values such as respect, citizenship, and responsibility for self and others alongside the National Curriculum. 


Our curriculum has the following core objectives:

  • For our pupils to become fluent and effective readers so that they read for pleasure, access the wider curriculum, develop a rich vocabulary, and use reading as a tool for further learning.
  • For pupils to develop fluency in number and an ability to manipulate numbers to support problem-solving and reasoning.
  • To provide our children with secure knowledge and skills across all National Curriculum subjects and to enable them to discover areas of interest.
  • To develop resilience and problem-solving skills.
  • To have excellent learning behaviours.
  • To ensure children understand how to keep themselves safe and healthy, both physically and mentally, to support their long-term wellbeing.
  • To share the life-giving message of Jesus and develop an understanding of, and deep respect for, the beliefs and cultures of everyone in our global society.

Autumn 2022- First 2 weeks whole school learning unit 

Learning to Learn 

During the first 2 weeks of the Autumn term, we will focus on the learning powers of Co-operating Cooper, Resourceful Remi, Reflective Raheem, and Persevering Poppy- our 4 Learning Superheroes. These four learning powers refer to the collection of traits and skills that enable a person to engage effectively with various learning challenges.


Our aim is to teach our children to "…know what to do when they don't know what to do."  

Jean Piaget's


The texts and learning focus on a child’s desire to impact the natural world around them through rewilding and building a sense of community through interacting with nature in shared spaces.  Children will increase their knowledge of the importance of plants, trees, and flowers to people and wildlife in our local community.

 Learning to learn KS1.docxDownload
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Autumn 2022


Where do our roots begin and end?

Our whole school challenge this term focuses on where our roots begin and end. Our learning challenges focus on caring for communities near and far, living well together, or our beautiful world. We have a collective responsibility to care for others and our planet. Our knowledge-based curriculum stimulates learners to become global citizens through caring acts. 

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 Care Learning Challenge Nursery.pdfDownload
 Care Learning Challenge Reception.pdfDownload
 Care Learning Challenge Year 1&2.pdfDownload
 Care Learning Challenge Year 3&4.pdfDownload
 Care Learning Challenge Year 5&6.pdfDownload
 Learning to Learn Learning Challenge Year 1&2.pdfDownload
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