St. Peter's Catholic Primary School Following in Jesus' footsteps, we live, love and learn together as a school family to build a better world.
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School Curriculum

Through our topics we will ensure our curriculum drivers are evident.

1. Knowledge of the World/Environment

As people concerned with our environment we will;

  • Explore our local environment; city and rural; people, places, cultures, religions
  • Explore the wider world around us – in the past and currently
  • Explore things in our world that need protecting; people, sustainable resources
  • Think about changes we can make to help the environment
  • Explore and enjoy the outdoors
2. Possibilities

As people with endless possibilities ahead of us we will;

  • Recognise that we can achieve anything we want to
  • Experience new things; activities, foods, cultures, religions
  • Experience and learn from failure – knowing how turn this into a positive
  • Explore possibilities, plan, and implement alternatives.
3. Community

As members of a community we will;

  • Explore people who help us
  • Think of ways we can be an active part of our community, helping others
  • Invite our community into our school to be part of our learning
  • Go out into our community to support others
  • Explore ways of completing teamwork within our community
  • Explore how we can learn from significant people, both now and in the past
  • Understand how our community works; recycling, Police, Council, Church etc.
4. Relationships/social awareness

As spiritual and moral people we will;

  • Think about important relationships around us and in other communities/cultures
  • Celebrate cultural diversity, in our community and the world around us
  • Celebrate religious diversity, in our community and the world around us
  • Develop team work skills and work collaboratively
  • Recognise and respect other people’s roles in our class, school and society
  • Understand consequences and how to make a mends
5. Enquiry

As people with enquiring minds we will;

  • Ask our own questions and seek to answer them as a class and independently
  • Complete open-ended tasks with more than one possible answer or outcome
  • Learn to evaluate and try alternatives
  • Determine the pathway of our own learning journey
  • Think for ourselves and generate ideas
  • Be risk-takers with our learning
  • Analyse and interpret information
  • Present and report findings
  • Explore alternative viewpoints
  • Appreciate other people’s opinions






If you would like any more information regarding the curriculum, please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs Young, Deputy Head and Curriculum Leader.