The school's vision is to provide an outstanding education and ensure that all pupils can achieve their greatest potential and live by life’s highest values.
At Mawgan-in-Pydar Primary School we aim to give our children the knowledge, skills and understanding to achieve to their full potential academically, socially and emotionally. This takes place in the context of a safe and nurturing school environment where each individual child is known and each individual child’s learning journey is unique to them.
We strive to give our children the necessary skills to prepare them for life in modern British society. As a truly inclusive primary school, our curriculum reflects both the context of the school and the experiences of our children.
Our curriculum drivers are Aspiration, Heritage and Wellbeing.
This enables our children to fulfil their potential and reach the highest of expectations that we have of them. We want all of our pupils to truly do the best they can in everything they do, to imagine possibilities and make them real.
Our priority is to enable our children to succeed in the 21st century by providing a rich, relevant and exciting curriculum that celebrates their heritage and in doing so ensures they are equipped to thrive in a complex and challenging world.
Wellbeing is a core thread running through our curriculum and clearly links with whole-school priorities. We strive for all pupils to reach developmental and emotional milestones and to learn healthy social skills.
Our curriculum is broad, balanced and inspiring, ensuring that learning is engaging and challenging for all of our children. It excites, promotes and sustains children’s interests; fostering a natural curiosity and thirst for learning.
We teach the National Curriculum. We ensure we have a coherently planned and sequenced knowledge rich curriculum that impacts pupils' long term memory so they know more and remember more.
Our ambitious curriculum is specifically designed and enriched with cultural capital experiences to meet the interests of our pupils' background and experience, reflecting their heritage and raising aspirations for all.
Our children are taught how to be reflective learners, acquire new skills and build resilience, to imagine possibilities and make them real.
Our curriculum approach is theme based and designed to enrich learning, engaging our pupils and enabling the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum. Knowledge, skills and understanding are coherently sequenced within a progressive framework.
Subject leaders actively consider, review and develop the pedagogy, planning, sequence, delivery and outcomes for all learners.
Reading is prioritised enabling pupils to access the full curriculum offer.
Parents and carers receive a termly curriculum letter providing information ensuring that this crucial parent/carer/teacher partnership, impacts positively on the development of their child.
Our children develop detailed knowledge and skills across the curriculum and, as a result, achieve well. It extends beyond the academic, enabling children to develop and discover their interests and talents.
Most importantly, children are academically, socially and emotionally prepared for their next stage of learning, life in Modern Britain and the wider world.