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Ivington Church of England Primary School

Ivington CofE Primary and Pre-school

Reaching together... stand firm in your faith, be courageous and strong - 1 Corinthians 16:13

Our Curriculum Intent, Impact and Implementation

Curriculum for Life

Reaching together with Love, Joy and Peace (Galatians 5: 22-23)

 

               Reaching Together to achieve our vision: INTENT

 

To provide a caring, Christian ethos for the school, which inspires and excites a shared enthusiasm for life and learning. This means growing in body, mind and spirit in order to flourish and experience the joy and hope of, ‘life in all its fullness’ (John 10v10)

 

                       Reaching Together to achieve our mission: IMPLEMENTATION

 

Through our strong Christian ethos and focus on twelve important Christian values, we are committed to providing a deeply nourishing, spiritual, ambitious and broad curriculum. Our motto, ‘Reaching together’ underpins our belief in equality of opportunity for all, where we actively endeavour to promote understanding and appreciation of our racially diverse society and give each child a special place in the world where they feel valued, essential to our community and equipped with the necessary skills to make a positive contribution. We perceive our role to be opening a ‘window on the world’, through which our pupils are actively encouraged to care for all God’s creations and to develop respect for the beliefs and cultures which enrich their everyday lives and encourage others to do likewise. We strive to eliminate inequality through our deep Christian ethos of tolerance and understanding of all groups in society, which ensures that everyone at Ivington will be treated fairly despite his or her creed, colour, disability or gender.

 

We ‘Start children off on the way they should go … ’through inspiring everyone to:

 

LOVE Jesus and each other,

APPRECIATE themselves and the gifts they have been given,

ACHIEVE their full potential ...‘so even when they are older they will not turn from it’ - Proverbs 22:

 

Reaching Together to achieve our aims: IMPACT

 

The school’s values seek to underpin the Christian belief that we are all God’s people and that we all matter. These values are at the heart of everything we do and run through our whole ethos, curriculum, and school life to ensure pupils leave Ivington Church of England Primary and Pre-School as happy, secure, caring, and responsible citizens.

 

Here at Ivington Church of England Primary and Pre-School we:

 

  • Show our pupils how to love through faith, promoting understanding and development of our spiritual, cultural, and moral self to celebrate diversity and individuality. (Love)

 

  • Foster confidence and enjoyment in seeking wisdom by opening horizons and promoting opportunities for success and pleasure. (Joy)

 

  • Work together to challenge, inspire and motivate all our children to become competent and respectful global citizens who can resolve conflicts within our diverse world. (Peace)

 

  • Celebrate individualism and uniqueness as well as be courageous advocates for our local community, helping and being patient to those who need it most. (Patience)

 

  • Provide a safe, happy, inclusive, and stimulating environment for learning at the heart of the community, in which everyone is special, valued, and equal. (Kindness)

 

  • Open a window on the world to encourage children to take care of all God’s creations. We encourage children to develop goodness by demonstrating tolerance, teamwork, and cooperation, building relationships based on honesty and morality. (Goodness)

 

  • Developing a love of learning by being devoted and faithful to our educational and cultural improvement, through academic rigour, innovation, creativity, and deep spiritual development. (Faithfulness)

 

  • Provide our young people with a safe environment whereby they can learn to become mild-mannered, calm and forgiving children of God. (Gentleness)

 

  • Develop nurturing, safe, and resilient individuals who cope with life’s joys and disappointments and are able to engage in a lifelong search for meaning and purpose by seeking opportunities for human flourishment and practical wisdom. (Self-control)

 

 

 

 

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