An outstanding curriculum must go beyond the statutory requirements; offering experiences and opportunities tailored to meet the needs of our unique school community whilst keeping at its heart a commitment to developing a life-long love of learning. At The Revel we value every aspect of the curriculum, recognising that the curriculum we offer must be as broad and varied as the passions and interests of our pupils.
Our curriculum opens doors, both literally and metaphorically. Opportunities to take our learning outdoors are exploited, with an identified outdoor learning link for every topic. We also recognise that the seeds of every profession are sown at primary school; we aim to offer an inspiring and varied curriculum that helps children find their passions and give them the skills which will equip them for whatever the future may bring. Our staff work collaboratively to ensure that the content and challenge of our curriculum meets the needs of all learners, no matter what their starting points, so that no opportunity is deemed unreachable.
Our carefully constructed progression maps work hand in hand with our contextual curriculum maps to ensure that each topic builds on the prior knowledge and skills of our learners. Mastery challenges ensure that all of our pupils put their critical thinking skills to the test across all curriculum areas. Exploiting opportunities to develop our pupils awareness of the diversity of our world, our focus on significant individuals allows us to learn from the experience of key figures that have gone before us and take inspiration from their tales of triumph over adversity. Most importantly, our curriculum roots the child at the centre; placing equal value on being led by their interests and guiding their thoughts and experiences in new directions.
As a proud Church of England School, our Christian Values lie at the heart of all that we do. Our school ethos, which underpins every element of our curriculum, supports children in developing a mindset that will improve their relationships with others and build confidence in their own abilities. Opportunities are woven into the curriculum to promote emotional health and resilience in pupils.
Our Curriculum Subjects