Trinity All Saints C of E VA


Church Street, Bingley, West Yorkshire BD16 2PP

01274 564977

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Understanding the National Curriculum      Primary Curriculum  Programmes of Study


At Trinity All Saints we aim to provide our pupils with a curriculum that is broad, well balanced and, above all stimulates the pupils to learn. In addition to acquiring skills and knowledge we aim to help pupils to grow in confidence and maturity so that they can enter secondary school, and later adulthood, with the ability to pursue, wholeheartedly, academic and social activities. Our core purpose is to teach children to read, write, become mathematicians, know about and learn from the major religions of the world.Foundation subjects (history, geography, DT, art, music, PE, computing and modern foreign languages) are taught within a topic based curriculum designed to engage and motivate pupils to want to learn and succeed.

As a church school our curriculum is underpinned by our Christian Values and a Restorative Practice approach to relationships so that our pupils respect themselves and each other and take responsibility for their learning, actions and words.

A House System gives pupils incentive to compete and achieve well in addition to increasing their sense of belonging to a community. Children from Nursery to Year 6 belong to a House and join together to support each other in learning each term. The launch of this system involved the pupils discovering what was special about the famous, inspirational local peace makers after which their House is named.Miriam Lord

  • David Hockney

  • Margaret Macmillan

  • William Forster

Even before they became a government agenda, British Values were already woven into our overall curriculum.

Democracy is evidenced through School Council, Sports and House Captains and a commitment to giving pupils a voice in a range of other contexts. Pupils believe that their voice is listened to and valued.

Rule of Law is evidenced through our school and class agreements, our understanding about individual rights and responsibilities towards ourselves and others and our expectation that pupils accept/respect decisions that are made. Pupils understand that school rules/values, Christian Values and the law protects everyone.

Mutual Respect abounds in all areas of the school and pupils are articulate in explaining why our rules and values are necessary and important.

Individual Liberty. Pupils are aware of the choices they have, their freedom and responsibility. Pupils understand the fairness of consequences when wrong decisions are made. They understand that they are free to be themselves within the context of law.

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