Our Curriculum has been designed by Cronton CE to provide a bespoke, unique and exciting curriculum that is tailor-made to suit our children, their learning and their futures.
Every child is unique and important. They are at the centre of their learning; starting as part of a class, whole school, the local community and then on to their future role in modern Britain and as a future global citizen.
We maintain a broad and balanced approach to our curriculum, which alongside English and Mathematics will provide our children with skills, knowledge and vocabulary rich experiences that excite and engage. We will foster attitudes and qualities which will enable them to become confident, caring, respectful and responsible citizens.
We provide a quality education that is inclusive and equips our children to be lifelong learners. We use a wide variety of resources to assist us in delivering this bespoke curriculum including specialist teachers, visits and curriculum enhancement weeks and ensure links and relationships are meaningful to them.
We believe that whilst being at Cronton CE, our children will receive a wide range of experiences to enhance their learning and to become well-rounded individuals. Their happiness and their futures are at the heart of Cronton’s eighteen carefully chosen ,by all stakeholders, Christian Values which are Generosity, Justice, Wisdom, Compassion, Forgiveness, Trust, Service, Humility, Friendship, Responsibility, Resilience, Perseverance, Courage, Creativity, Hope, Respect, Truthfulness and Peace. These are taught on a three year cycle with six values in each cycle.
Through our quality first teaching, which engages and inspires children, we will share with them the knowledge and skills required throughout the curriculum to ensure that every child achieves their “BEST”.
Believe in our faith and our self
Enjoy everything we do.
Succeed by showing determination and resilience.
Together in our school, community, country and world.
The curriculum ensures that academic success, creativity and problem solving, reliability, responsibility and resilience, as well as physical development, well-being and emotional health are KEY elements that support the development of the whole child and promote a positive attitude to learning.
We use the National Curriculum as a basis of our curriculum and further details can be found on the Government National Curriculum website.
Here are details of the Curriculum being taught in each of the classes. These are approximate timetables for the teaching of the curriculum. Some topics may move in response to other curricular opportunities, for example, a focused Science Week.