- Our Curriculum
- 'Recovery and Catch up' framework and spend
- Phonics and Early Reading
- Design Technology
- Early Years - Nursery and Reception
- Year 1
- Year 2
- Year 2 to Year 3 Transition
- Home Learning
- Relationships and Health Education
- Curriculum platforms used to support learning
The word ‘curriculum’ is a roman derived word meaning the route of a race.
At Towers, all we do is underpinned by the values. As such, our curriculum takes our children on a journey and as with all journeys we have a destination in mind.
Our intent is to build a child’s future with facts and creativity and with awe and wonder at its heart. Our destination is that all of our children are:
- successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve (Our head and body: what we learn)
- respectful residents who are fully rounded characters with a clear understanding of complex values like equality, friendship and trust (Our heart and character: Who we are when we learn)
- resilient individuals who develop behaviours and habits to become effective learners (Our actions and attitudes: How we act when we learn)
- responsible citizens motivated by a strong personal sense of morality who own their own destiny (Our moral compass helping us navigate our place in the community and wider world: Who we are)
Due to the pandemic, leaders have carried out a lot of research about 'What makes' a good framework for supporting a community when returning after a 'world disaster'. We produced the 7 Towers of Empowerment and Engagement with our learning which supports us moving forwards.
More information about our curriculum is below: