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‘Encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.’ 1 Thessalonians 5:11

Our learning

RE intent(1)

Our curriculum provides pupils with opportunities to:

-engage in a range of enrichment activities which supplement and support our planned curriculum coverage

-access learning opportunities which balance learning knowledge and skills in a structured and cohesive way

-be creative and curious: using their imaginations to problem solve whilst leading and managing their own learning

-nurture high aspirations through their personal understanding of metacognitive processes and their view of themselves as active learners

There are lots of ideas here for supporting learning through play at home.

Our Curriculum Intent

Through our Christian values, at Thatcham Park we nurture everyone to aspire to meet their God-given potential. We encourage our pupils to confidently and clearly express themselves and their needs. Reading is prioritised as we are passionate that the ability to read fluently at an age appropriate level is essential to access learning in all areas.

-Our curriculum provides pupils with creative oracy opportunities which enable them to explore their learning through discussion.

-A range of enrichment and prosocial opportunities support pupils in broadening and deepening their cultural capital in order to be successful learners and ensure that they are in the right place to learn.

-The spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our pupils is essential to our vision; inspiring awe, wonder and courageous advocacy.


Our curriculum is cross curricular and topic based. Use the subject links to look at these in more detail.

Click here for our Assessment Policy.

The Spiritual Child

  • Respects themselves and others
  • Holds a set of values, beliefs and principles
  • Shows empathy towards others
  • Reflects on their lives
  • Are creative thinkers
  • Shows resilience, persistence and courage
  • Relishes and enjoy challenge
  • Appreciates the mysterious elements of life

The Moral Child

  • Knows right from wrong
  • Confidently upholds their values and principles
  • Reflects on consequences
  • Confidently expresses views
  • Makes rational judgments
  • Respects others
  • Relishes the chance to explore other cultures
  • Willing to review and alter their views and values

The Social Child

  • Presents with appropriate behaviour
  • Relates well to others
  • Cooperates and work well as a team
  • Resolves conflicts
  • Makes a contribution to society
  • Sensitively challenges the opinions of others
  • Exercises their responsibilities

The Cultural Child

  • Explores a range of cultures and beliefs through authentic experiences
  • Adopts a zero tolerance policy to discrimination
  • Provides rich range of experiences
  • Cultural awareness and developed present in every aspect of school life
  • Develops a range of community links

Click here for our SMSC policy.

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