“Learning and growing together”
Our 4 year long-term rolling programme for each key stage is constantly being reviewed and improved. If you would like to see the current year of the plan for all Key Stages please click on the link below…
The curriculum at Pitcheroak School promotes respect and tolerance for people of all faiths (or those of no faith) including those of different race, gender, age, disability and sexual orientation (and any other groups with protected characteristics) as defined by the Equality Act 2010. We actively promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, emotional and personal development of all our pupils. The curriculum meets the statutory requirements of the Early Years Framework and the National Curriculum in England, whilst ensuring personalised, differentiated learning for every child.
The curriculum is designed to offer a differentiated, exciting and creative pathway that is progressive, relevant, broadly based, inclusive and promotes personalised learning opportunities. As a school we use each learning experience as a platform on which our children will learn, both formally and informally. Our ultimate aim is to help our pupils to develop transferable skills that will prepare them for adulthood so that they can contribute and be a part of their community achieving personal fulfilment.
Further detailed information about the curriculum, reading schemes, accreditation, qualifications etc. taught in each Key Stage can be found under the heading ‘Department Info’ on this website.