We are an inclusive community of learners and a trauma informed school; the curriculum is designed to support this rationale, where pupils achieve their potential regardless of need or barrier. We celebrate diversity so that they grow up committed to equal opportunities for all. The use of British Sign Language (BSL) permeates the school.
Our curriculum is designed to be relevant, rigorous and responsive.
The National curriculum remains the key document that our curriculum is developed from to ensure we fulfil our statutory duties.
It is intended that, during their time at EVPS, pupils will have equal opportunities to learn across all the themes, building on previous knowledge and experiences enabling them to develop their skills and knowledge of the world around them but also enriching and deepening their understanding.
Our curriculum is inclusive and we are proud of how accessible it is. We adapt units of work appropriately so that it is accessible for our pupils with disabilities or special educational needs. We comply with our duties in the Equality Act 2010 and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014. Please see the relevant documents in the policies section of the website.
Here is a link to the Gov UK website detailing the National Curriculum
We aim to make our children more independent thinkers and learners. We believe, that in partnership between school and home, we can create the right environment for our children to become lifelong learners and achievers.