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Potters Green Curriculum

 

 

Whole School Vision

 

Our vision at Potters Green School is to nurture the bright futures of our pupils by giving them a love of learning, broadening their life experiences and enabling them to develop key skills for future success.

 

Curriculum Intent Statement for Potters Green School

 

At Potters Green School the curriculum is designed to nurture the bright futures of our pupils by giving them a love of learning, broadening their life experiences and enabling them to develop key skills for future success.  We believe at Potters Green that the school is a constant figure in a changing world for its pupils.  The curriculum offered is one which is broad and balanced and which ‘hooks’ children into their learning and which makes it fun.  Within our curriculum we are proactive in working with our young people on issues which may be challenging for them within the local area and upskill them to make good choices for themselves and have high aspirations for their future.  Potters Green believes that children are entitled to access a range of activities and experiences tailored to meet the needs of our unique school community with the expectation that this will support everyone in becoming educated, responsible, respectful and resilient citizens of Coventry.  At Potters we are also committed to developing the learning outside of the classroom and tailoring the offer that is provided for specific needs.  The curriculum fosters resilience and motivates and rewards children for good learning behaviours.

 

 

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SMSC 

 

What is SMSC?

 

SMSC stands for spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.  All schools in England must show how well they support children's SMSC development.

 

What does each aspect of SMSC include?

 

Spiritual

The opportunity to explore beliefs, experiences and faiths, feelings and values; enjoy learning about oneself, others and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity and reflect on experiences.

 

Moral

The opportunity to learn what is right and wrong and respect the law; understand consequences; investigate moral and ethical issues and offer reasoned views.

 

Social

The opportunity to use a range of social skills to participate in the local community and beyond; appreciate diverse viewpoints; participate, volunteer and cooperate; resolve conflict.

 

Cultural

The opportunity to explore and appreciate cultural influences; appreciate the role of Britain's parliamentary system; participate in cultural opportunities; understand, accept and celebrate diversity.

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