The curriculum at Wrenn School is based on a bridging framework collaboratively designed by Heads of Subject from across the Creative Education Trust. This ensures that the curriculum we are implementing within the school is ambitious in the depth of knowledge being taught, as well as scope that it also covers. There is scope for local context, and flexibility for a variety of sequencing of content between assessment points.
The curriculum at Wrenn has been designed with the aim that it contains the knowledge that all pupils need to be active citizens of world around them. Through its effective delivery, the curriculum will limit educational gaps and open doors to new understanding and new knowledge.
Underpinning the curriculum is the ethos of “Proud to be Wrenn”
W – Work Hard
R – Respect Others
E – Enjoy Learning
N – Never give up
N – Navigate your future
To ensure this the curriculum will:
Allow pupils to participate in a wide range of subjects and learning experiences.
Create an aspirational high achievement learning culture.
Consider the needs of all pupils, including those from disadvantaged background, and with SEND, by being designed with an understanding of how learners learn.
Sequence knowledge-rich concepts to lead to deep learning.
Ensure our students are fully prepared for their future.
Provide opportunities for students to explore how to keep themselves safe both in their community and the wider world
More information about our curriculum can be obtained by emailing:
Jo Grant – Vice Principal Quality of Education
Wrenn School ensures that we make adaptations to the curriculum so that we comply with the Equality Act 2010 and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014. We make the curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or special educational needs through effective quality first teaching, scaffolding support through instruction and differentiating work where appropriate. It is the aim of our school that all pupils have access to the same ambition curriculum. The SENDco and Assistant Principal for Educational gaps, along with all leaders, monitor and evaluate the performance of all relevant pupils, and act according to ensure equitable curriculum access.
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