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Our Curriculum

The Curriculum vision at Endsleigh -press play to watch

At Endsleigh Holy Child we have designed our curriculum in which the pupils’ learning is always at the centre and is deeply rooted in our faith. Pupils are taught to treat each other with respect and to support each other in their learning. At Endsleigh Holy Child we provide a broad and balanced curriculum in order that our pupils are given the opportunity to fulfil our vision for each individual.

We want all pupils to:





In order to achieve this, we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage and teach the National Curriculum as well as providing experiences and enrichment activities to enable children to be life-long learners. The curriculum is carefully designed to recognise different learning styles and to prepare the children for the next stage in their education.

We intend to offer our pupils new and exciting experiences that are designed to build a passion for learning and the resilience to carry out tasks with independence. For a more detailed outline of the statement please see the overview of Endsleigh’s intent, implementation, and impact outlined here

All topics are accompanied by a high-quality reading texts, which support the teaching of English and encourage a passion for reading. Reading remains at the heart of everything we do here at Endsleigh Holy Child.

RE is a core subject at Endsleigh Holy Child and is based on the Curriculum Directory (guidance from the Bishops of England and Wales) detailing what should be taught in each phase throughout the school. RE permeates all aspects of school life.

We benefit greatly from specialist provision for PE, Music and French which the children thoroughly enjoy and it gives them an opportunity to meet and engage with teachers that they will work with in the next stage of their education.

Read more about the National Curriculum in the document below: