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St Mary's Farnham Royal Church of England Primary School

Faith | Family | Future

Curriculum and Vision

We aspire to grow as a community through FAITH as a FAMILY. Thriving for all our FUTURES enabling us to FLOURISH

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For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and future

Jerimiah 29:11

 

"Strong provision for their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development means pupils’ personal development is good." - Ofsted 2015

Children

  • Faith:  Considerate well-mannered community members, respectful of Christian values and of other's differences
  • Family:  Happy, proud, confident children who have high standards
  • Future:  Self-aware, independent learners able to challenge themselves and well equipped for the future

     

Adults

  • Faith:  Approachable adults who understand and respect the Christian values of the school
  • Family:  Kind, caring, role models, aware of children’s individual needs and consistent in all that they do
  • Future:  Adults passionate about teaching and learning ensuring progress for every individual through high expectations & continually striving to challenge & develop themselves

Parents

  • Faith:  Friendly & considerate role models providing good values for all children
  • Family:  Support their child in everything they do by extending learning at home and being an active part of the school community
  • Future:  Actively involved and interested in school life & the future of their child

"The school promotes British values well and pupils take a pride in their understanding of why it is important to follow the rule of law, and they enjoy learning about important traditions, such as Remembrance Day. They are respectful of others and their views, and value the diversity of their classmates, such as the different languages they are able to speak. They have a good understanding of democracy, for example, through the elections to the school council." - Ofsted 2015

Curriculum Rationale

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE)

 

There is a proven link between pupils' health and wellbeing, and their academic progress. Crucial skills and positive attitudes developed through comprehensive Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) are critical to ensuring children are effective learners. 

 

To ensure we deliver a effective PSHE programme & cover DfE Relationships Education and Health Education requirements we use SCARF

 

Centred on the ‘Growth Mindset’ approach, SCARF  promotes positive behaviour, mental health, wellbeing, resilience and achievement.

 

 

The Life Bus gives parents a overview of the SCARF programme

Dr Tom introduced us to four Gem Powers which help us to be kind, stay focused, bounce back, have courage & be resilient:

"I find the reading method to be excellent. Overall the way school is managed shows you care

about children. Keep up the good work" - Parent Survey Nov 2018

St Mary’s Farnham Royal a community founded in Faith focused on Family and fulfilling Future potential

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