Brook Field Primary School is committed to meeting the requirements of the new Primary Curriculum from September 2014.
Using a cross curricular thematic approach, we have updated our programmes of study to reflect the content and challenge of the new curriculum. Teachers have received training in the key areas of curriculum change and we are ready to provide outstanding curriculum provision.
The programmes of study that we have designed are rooted in the new national curriculum but additional detail has been added, in the form of skills, to aid teachers in their planning and ensure our children receive a progressively challenging and engaging education that is personalised for Brook Field Primary School.
The curriculum will be taught with the consideration of the needs of all learners. Our curriculum is engaging, exciting and will inspire children to nurture a passion for life long learning.
The following are the generic skills that we are striving to develop throughout all the teaching and learning experiences which we provide...
* independent enquirers * effective participants * reflective learners
* team workers * self managers * creative thinkers
Imagine a tree:
The branches and leaves - are the knowledge.
The trunk - the quality of the children's learning experience.
The roots – are the life long skills rooting the child; with the attitude to learn whatever the conditions, with greater confidence, competence and curiosity to face the uncertainties that life will surely present.