HOOE PRIMARY ACADEMY 'Together we will create a learning community which develops our pupils' potential, responsibility and independence'

Curriculum Aims

Hooe Primary Academy aims of the curriculum and learning definition.

 

We want our curriculum to enable                   Learning at Hooe Means:

all young people to become:                            Everyone gaining experience, skills and

Successful learners who enjoy learning,             confidence through creative, enjoyable

make progress and achive.                                 and meaningful opportunities provided

Confident individuals who are able to                 through our immediate and local environment

live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives.                   These opportunites will be child led and

Responsible citizens who make a                      teacher supported and will lead to a

positive contribution to society.                          significant changes in capability, understanding

                                                                           and attitudes for all.

 

Successful learners who…

Confident individuals who…

Responsible citizens who…

  • have the essential learning skills of literacy, numeracy and information and communication technology
  • are creative, resourceful and able to solve problems
  • have enquiring minds and think for themselves to process information, reason, question and evaluate
  • communicate well in a range of ways
  • understand and reflect on how they learn and learn from their mistakes
  • are able to learn independently and cooperatively with others
  • know about big ideas and events that shape our world
  • enjoy learning and are motivated to achieve the best they can now and in the future
  • are able to critique, weigh evidence and make informed judgements.
  • have a sense of self-worth and personal identity
  • relate well to others and form good relationships
  • are self-aware and deal well with their emotions
  • make informed and ethical judgements and decisions
  • become increasingly independent, are able to take the initiative and organise themselves
  • make healthy lifestyle choices
  • are physically competent and confident
  • take managed risks and stay safe
  • recognise their talents and have ambitions
  • are willing and able to try new things and make the most of opportunities
  • are open to the excitement and inspiration offered by the natural world and human achievements
  • have a positive outlook and optimism for the future.
  • are well prepared for life and work
  • are enterprising
  • are able to include and work cooperatively with others
  • respect others and act with integrity and honesty
  • understand own and others’ cultures and traditions and have a strong sense of their own place in the world
  • appreciate the benefits of diversity
  • challenge injustice, are committed to human rights and strive to live peaceably with others
  • sustain and improve the environment, locally and globally
  • take account of the needs of present future generations in the choices they make
  • can reflect on issues and change things for the better
  • are able to handle the conflicting values they encounter in society.