Grange Primary School Curriculum
At Grange Primary School, we are currently re-designing our curriculum so that it matches the needs of our pupils. More information will follow shortly regarding this as we plan to launch our new curriculum in September 2021.
The Grange curriculum includes the ‘National Curriculum’ and the subjects contained within this and religious education for which we follow the Hartlepool agreed syllabus. It also includes extra elements that we at Grange feel are important to support our Vision, Core Values (Passion, Respect, Determination, Honesty, Team Work, Self-Belief and Self-Awareness) and Mission. We ensure that our curriculum provision for pupil’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development promotes tolerance of and respect for people of other faiths, cultures and lifestyles, in order to prepare them for life in our ever changing world. As part of our ongoing curriculum evaluation, we explore what our curriculum should achieve, which drives our planning of lessons, experiences and opportunities for children at Grange.
Due to the situation brought about by Covid-19, we ensure that remote education is able for children who may not be able to be present in the school building. For some of our Foundation Subjects and Science, we will follow the units and sequence of Oak National Academy to support with remote learning.
The curriculum at Grange Primary School ensures equality and is accessible to all including pupils with SEND and disabilities. Further information can be found in the SEND section of the website and the Accessibility Plan and Equality Information which can be found at the bottom of this section.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, remote education is a key feature of our curriculum provision when children are self-isolating, bubbles in school close or during whole school closure.
The document above sets out our approach to remote learning.