Out intent at Grove Lea Primary is to ensure we meet the needs and interests of our children and the community which we live in.
We implement this by reviewing our curriculum each year taking into account the above. The curriculum provides the children with learning basic skills in a creative and cross curriculum way. Long term plans below ensure all subjects are covered in each year group. We pride ourselves on the provision we offer our children and the opportunities they have.
We aspire for all children to develop a love for learning and to develop a resilience in order to meet challenges.
As a school we work hard to ensure transition for children between schools and key stages is through and individualised to meet the needs of our children and parents.
The school curriculum is very carefully designed to meet the needs of individual classes. For example, one year group has more boys than girls and staff have worked hard to plan topics such as space travel which have successfully engaged all pupils. The deputy headteacher is passionate about ensuring that the curriculum is engaging in all areas of the school. She meticulously ensures that opportunities for pupils to deepen their knowledge further are in place in all subject areas.
Staff work closely together to produce a curriculum that meets the needs of pupils in each year group. This bespoke approach heightens pupils' levels of engagement and enjoyment in learning and contributes to progress over time.
The school motto of if it is to be, it is up to me is known and understood by pupils and staff.Its message that success is in your own hands motivates and inspires pupils to try even harder.
Mrs Henshall- Mental Health and Well Being, British Values, Assessment
Mrs Buckler- History and Geography
Mrs Wilson- Early Years and Special Educational Needs
Mrs Hudson- Maths
Mrs Perry- Reading and Writing
Mrs Walker- Science
Mr Pearson- PE
Miss Chambers- Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar, French
Mr Shackleton- ICT
Mrs Burton- Art, DT and Music
Mrs Allatt- Phonics
Mrs Attwood- Social, Emotional, Aspects of Learning, RE