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What do we want to achieve?


At St Luke’s C of E Primary School, we provide all of our children with a broad and balanced curriculum that builds on their previous learning and knowledge. Developing pupils’ knowledge and skills, no matter of their starting point or previous learning, as they progress through each unit of work; year group and key stage.


Our curriculum is linked to the latest National Curriculum requirements, including the EYFS framework and Reading Framework, but it is also personalised and carefully designed for the local context of our school and tailored to the diverse needs of our learners. Careful analysis and discussion about our pupils’ backgrounds, life experiences and culture has helped us to design a curriculum that represents the world we live in and provides our children with the experiences, skills and knowledge they need to function as responsible, enthusiastic young people and adults in the 21st Century.


Our whole curriculum is underpinned by our values and they are embedded into daily learning at St Luke’s. The curriculum promotes equality, diversity and inclusion and includes qualities which we fully believe will sustain children throughout their lives. Our curriculum provides our children with secure subject knowledge and key skills, plus the confidence and self-belief to lead a happy and fulfilling life, by encouraging them to aim high and work towards their goals and aspirations. We have high expectations of every child and are very proud of all their achievements. There are many aspects of our provision which we feel truly enhance learning for all our pupils across the curriculum, to further develop, deepen and broaden their understanding.