Federation of Pott Shrigley and Bollington St Johns Primary Schools

Federation of Pott Shrigley and Bollington St Johns Primary Schools

Breakdown of Resources by Subject Area

Please note that the following information was provided by the teaching school and was correct at the time of publishing on 31st January 2016. All enquiries related to this resource and the information given here, should be directed to the teaching school via the email provided by them.

We have created resources which are available to all schools in England at: https://assembly.works/

Our aim was to explore the boundaries of the new curriculum in its entirety and seek out approaches that make learning relevant to all pupils within their local context and to build capacity within schools for sustained curriculum development through the sharing of curriculum ideas and practice in a collaborative context.

Breakdown of Resources by Subject Area

Maths – (Worthington Road Primary School) – developed more effective mathematical learners through the development of an engaging and stimulating learning environment.

Literacy / Holistic curriculum – (Victoria Park Junior School) – developed a holistic curriculum based on attitudes / skills / Knowledge using Mantle of the Expert as a framework.

Mastery Curriculum – (Holy Trinity CE Primary) – Developed a mastery approach to curriculum through the development of Blooms Taxonomy within subject disciplines.

Art / Critical Thinking – (Urmston Junior School) – Developed an integrated approach to critical thinking skills within the curriculum using art and design and technology.

PSHE – (Davyhulme Primary School) – developed a values based curriculum enhancing PSHE provision.

Wellbeing / Emotional Literacy – (Barton Clough Primary School) – Developing emotional wellbeing and literacy across the curriculum.

PE – (Federation of Pott Shrigley & Bollington St John’s) – worked on developing pupil character through exploring resilience and growth mindsets in PE and sport.

Enterprise – (Bowden CE Primary) Developed financial awareness and entrepreneurial ‘can do’ spirit in children through the focus on enterprise and life-skills education.

Leadership for curriculum design – Exploring leadership behaviours required to design curriculum opportunities that equip pupils for successful futures. Supporting frameworks for collaboration and enhancing a systems approach to school improvement.