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We aspire to encourage diversity and a love of learning that nurture

well-rounded individuals, with curious minds, who shine in service to our community and are inspired to flourish



Care, Courage, Respect



Curriculum Intent


At Trinity Primary School we offer our pupils a rich curriculum that is:


  • broad and balanced and covers the full range of National Curriculum subjects and builds on the knowledge, understanding and skills of all pupils whatever their starting points

  • ambitious for our pupils

  • exciting and enjoyable

  • coherently planned and sequenced

  • successfully adapted, designed and developed for all pupils (including pupils with SEND)



We have high aspirations for all pupils and want them to achieve the highest level of achievement across all subjects. We want our pupils to foster a love of learning, gain the knowledge and skills to realise their full potential and be ready for the next stage of their education. We want all of our pupils to take advantage of every opportunity available to them, be good citizens with the ability to succeed in life. This development of ‘cultural capital’ will ensure our pupils have the best possible life chances and a strong sense of identity and self -worth.


At Trinity we use integrated topic work to enhance creative learning and to provide a broad and balanced curriculum. History, Geography and Science themes are usually carried through the term or half-term and are reinforced through work in English, DT, Art, Drama and Music where appropriate.


Our curriculum is planned, sequenced and taught to ensure there is a logical progression. This enables pupils to acquire the intended knowledge and skills across all subjects and build on what has been taught before and towards clearly defined end points.


Our curriculum is designed to ensure that our children have regular opportunities to reflect on the Christian Values that underpin the culture of the school as well as explore the importance of British Values.


Our curriculum will also have opportunities for pupils to:

  • Think creatively (by asking questions, exploring own interests, being curious)

  • Integrate technology into learning in order to inspire, motivate and engage

  • Apply taught skills to real life situations

  • Ask questions about their learning and pursue these questions

  • Direct and personalise their own learning, take risks and become independent, resilient learners

  • Use the school christian values which strengthens the school community spiritual development to respond to the needs and feelings of others with empathy, tolerance and respect

  • Gain a wider understanding of the world they live in and understand their role as global citizens

  • Be confident, articulate and effective communicators

  • Be able to work alongside peers as part of a team/community in a co-operative manner

  • Believe in themselves, in their abilities and be ambitious

  • Be independent, confident and active learners who are resourceful, resilient and ready to learn

  • Develop a thirst for life- long learning

  • Develop the confidence to solve problems, take risks independently and collaboratively

  • Adopt healthy life styles, stay safe and make a positive contribution to their community

  • Develop a strong moral compass to serve the community they live in

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