Curriculum Map for KS2 and KS3
Adapted Curriculum Statement
In our subject we contribute to the Christian Values of:
An example of this term of how we contributed is:
As part of their fieldwork, students visited the local river to identify flood risks and to investigate which part of the river was in Buntingford. Year 7 were horrified to see the litter and it’s impact on the river environment. As part of the local community, they asked if they could go back and clean up the river and we hope to do this soon.
We contribute to an understanding of British values:
Celebration of diversity and understanding of the different cultures that make up our country
An example of this term is:
Y7 and Y8 are investigating why there are so many houses being built in the local area. The scheme helps to explore the myth that this is because of immigration. It identifies divorce and growing number of elderly living longer and the lack of small sustainable housing for the elderly as a key issue
We contribute to the safeguarding curriculum through
Prioritising the importance and celebrating diversity, as well as understanding the different cultures.
An example of this is:
In understanding and exploring different cultures, students are less likely to become wedded to one view of life and culture.