exe valley federation

Exe Valley
Federation

Curriculum

 

“In a creative, caring environment, we all support and challenge each other to develop confidence and independence. By exploring different choices, we are inspired to discover and succeed in lifelong learning.”

 

CURRICULUM VISION

The Exe Valley Federation’s vision for education enables children to flourish in a creative and caring environment. This vision is realised by encouraging everyone to support and challenge each other to develop independence, resilience and confidence so that we can enjoy a lifetime of learning.

Our vision is that children who are safe, happy and cared for learn best and that their emotional well-being is every bit as important as their learning.

Our curriculum gives everyone this opportunity and encourages learning in the broadest sense through lessons, projects, home learning, visits and visitors and using the world around us to develop skills that will last a lifetime.

The curriculum is designed to be ambitious and expects that every child will be the best that they can be, regardless of their starting points in life. We support children who do not have opportunities to experience the wider world through our teaching, visits and other activities that build a rich and diverse foundation for a secure future.

The curriculum shapes and determines what children will gain from their educational experience.  It is the substance of what is taught and is built on the progression of skills and knowledge that children will need to gain to become responsible global citizens of the future. 

 

For Brampford Speke, Silverton and Thorverton, The Church of England has set out a bold vision for education that is deeply Christian, serving the common good. Our purpose in education is to enable the children, young people and communities we serve to flourish as they experience education for wisdom, hope, community and dignity and discover life in all its fullness which Jesus offers. This vision for education is shared appropriately with Cheriton Fitzpaine and Newton St Cyres, which are community schools.